Anchorage residents gave mixed votes on $70 million worth of education bond measures Tuesday.
Voters torpedoed a $37 million bond proposition Tuesday that would have fixed up a local high school.
The proposition would have completed a $68 million upgrade project, including a new auditorium, according to the Anchorage Daily News.
Another $17 million bond measure to fix up schools also lost. However, voters approved a separate $17 million bond measure to expand vocational facilities in schools.
Voters also green-lighted $30 million in bonds for roads, according to the newspaper.
A measure to provide $3 million of bonds for parks also lost.