Montezuma-Cortez considers cuts after school tax fails

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Montezuma-Cortez considers cuts after school tax fails

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Lori and Jamie Haukeness shows disappointment as Kim Percell, Montezuma County Clerk announces that according to preliminary votes, the Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 Mill Levy Resolution failed on the ballot. Teachers in Cortez make on average about $10,000 less annually than a similar position in Durango School District 9-R.
Montezuma County Clerk, Kim Percell reads the results of the county election to waiting Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 School District administrators and school board hopefuls.
Tabulation Election Judges, Marilyn Madsen and Patti Karraker run ballots on the afternoon of Election Day.
Jack Hattaway and Ann Gordanier judge signatures on ballots in the Montezuma County election.
Emily Fish of Cortez drops off her ballot in the drive-through box behind the Montezuma County Clerk’s office.

Montezuma-Cortez considers cuts after school tax fails

Lori and Jamie Haukeness shows disappointment as Kim Percell, Montezuma County Clerk announces that according to preliminary votes, the Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 Mill Levy Resolution failed on the ballot. Teachers in Cortez make on average about $10,000 less annually than a similar position in Durango School District 9-R.
Montezuma County Clerk, Kim Percell reads the results of the county election to waiting Montezuma-Cortez Re-1 School District administrators and school board hopefuls.
Tabulation Election Judges, Marilyn Madsen and Patti Karraker run ballots on the afternoon of Election Day.
Jack Hattaway and Ann Gordanier judge signatures on ballots in the Montezuma County election.
Emily Fish of Cortez drops off her ballot in the drive-through box behind the Montezuma County Clerk’s office.
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