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Special Election Vote Results From Tuesday

Voters have voiced their approval on a number of issues in Black Hawk County on Tuesday night.  Voters in Gilbertville overwhelmingly approved a $1.25 million bond to build a new emergency services building for the town. The vote was 87% yes, 13% no.  Voters in Waterloo’s 4th Ward have selected Belinda Creighton-Smith over Lawrence Marshall. Creighton-Smith won 296-103 and will fill that council seat until December.  Hawkeye Community College’s $35 million bond referendum to renovate and expand existing college facilities was approved by voters. With all 10 counties reporting in, 75% voted yes, 25% voted no. The measure needed a 60% majority to pass.  The money will be used to add a STEM learning center and support career training programs for construction, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, automotive and diesel technology programs and build a new law enforcement training center. Black Hawk County voters approved the proposal, 86%-14%.

Scott Fenzloff

Scott has been with Coloff Media since 1995, and on the air in the Cedar Valley since 1989. You can catch Scott 6-10AM Mon-Fri on Cruisin KCFI, along with news updates at noon and 5PM.
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