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Levy’s failure disappointing for Bozeman officials, but not the end of road for affordable housing efforts – Billings voters back $7.1 million for public safety

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Bozeman officials say they are committed to continuing to prioritize affordable housing even after voters narrowly rejected a ballot question in Tuesday’s election that would have established a tax to raise money for housing.

By a margin of just 276 votes, the housing mill levy, which would have generated $9.5 million over the next 10 years, failed to pass, while voters overwhelmingly supported the city’s other two ballot questions, approving a $6.7 million bond to relocate a fire station and a $2.2 million bond for repairs to three recreation facilities.

 

 

Billings voters back $7.1 million for public safety

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