Piedmont voters Tuesday, by a three-to-one margin, turned down a $6 million bond issue proposal to repair several major Piedmont streets.
Unofficial election results from the Canadian County Election Board show voters turned down the issue by a margin of 71.2 percent to 28.8 percent. The actual vote was 646 against the proposal to 261 in favor. Voters in all three precincts turned down the bonds by similar margins.
The proposal would have reworked stretches of at least seven Piedmont roads.
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