Voters decide on school bond issue today

Mazama High School


KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A potential $31 million over the next 20 year could be destined for local schools if bond measure 18-91 passes today.

A passing vote means the money will be the first dollars that voters have put towards schools in Klamath county in 40 years.

The money, in one instance, would help to build a new Henley elementary school because the one the kids are using now is just a group of portables, forcing the kids to brave the elements in the winter. 

You can drop your ballots at Klamath County Government Center, Klamath Basin Senior Citizens’ Center, Walker Range FPA, and there’s also a drop box inside the government center, but you must have your ballots in by 8pm.