Lebanon school issue approved by voters

By: 
STEVE SMITH SSMITH@LACLEDERECORD.COM

Voters  approved Proposition Lebanon Schools, passing an operating levy increase for schools and selected a new presiding commissioner in Tuesday’s primary election.
The Lebanon School issue passed with 52 percent of the vote. It received 3,272 yes votes and 2,912 no votes.
Lebanon R-3 School Superintendent Dr. David Schmitz thanked voters for their show of support for the school district.
“I just want to say thank you to the Lebanon community,” Schmitz said. “Countless people from our staff, board members and community members across the board have listened to the concerns. Lebanon loves the schools and our kids, and it is so humbling to see that our community has said yes to kids and yes to their future, so thank you, Lebanon.”
Randy Angst won a landslide victory in the Republican primary for Laclede County Presiding Commissioner with more than 56 percent of the vote. He received 4,259 votes.

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