Voters in Iowa’s Johnston School District last week voted down a $51 million bond authorization that would have helped finance a new high school. 

The bond measure fell short the 60% threshold needed for passage. The planned high school is part of larger package of $122 million in capital projects the district wants to undertake.

Voters previously approved borrowing for a new public safety building and elementary school.

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