NCW — Ballots are in the hands of voters across Okanogan County, where six school districts hope to replace existing levies that support school programs.
All of the proposals are for maintenance and operation levies, except in Okanogan, which is seeking to replace its current technology levy. Tonasket voters are also asked to pass a $6 million bond to relieve overcrowding and make other improvements.
Ballots must be postmarked by Feb. 11. Here are their proposals:
Omak School District: A…