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Story Last modified at 10:46 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Bond Props

The following propositions were on the April 5 ballot. Here are election results as of Wednesday morning, with 99.2 percent of precincts counted but not absentee ballots:


Proposition 4 – A $30.8 million Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area bond with an estimated $2.11 annual payment on $100,000 of assessed property, to retire.

YES


Proposition 5 – Parks and Recreation Anchorage parks improvement bond, with no added cost to Chugiak-Eagle River taxpayers.

NO


Proposition 6 – A $941,000 Public Safety Transit Capital Improvement Bond, at a cost of 24 cents per year.

YES


Proposition 7 – A $1.15 million Anchorage Fire Protection bond, at a cost of 31 cents per year.

YES


Proposition 8 – A $250,000 Anchorage Metro Service Area bond, at a cost of 6 cents per year.

YES


Proposition 9 – Allowing disabled veteran property tax exemptions to widows or widowers under the age of 60.

YES


Proposition 10 – Changing downtown parking authority regulations.

YES (Narrow margin)


Proposition 11 – Mandatory photo ID for alcohol sales (advisory)

YES



This article published in The Alaska Star on Wednesday, April 6, 2011.