Indian Hills residents soundly rejected a bond issue to pay for a new fire station in their district, according to unofficial election results posted by the Jeffco Elections Division on Tuesday night.
Nearly 80 percent of 471 residents who participated in the mail-in election voted against Bond Issue 5A, which was projected to double the present mill rate of 12.14 for the duration of the bond.
For a resident with a home valued at $250,000, the increase in the annual tax bill would have been between $222 and $256, depending on the term of the bond.
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