Voters rejected a new town hall in Snowmass Village, but everything else on the ballot won support from Pitkin County voters. For the school board, it’s Parker, Fyrwald and Belinski. Final, unofficial results follow. ASPEN SCHOOL DISTRICTSchool Board race (Vote for three)Bob Langley 1,560Andrew Kole 1,073Ernie Fyrwald 1,971Charla Belinski 1,880Elizabeth Parker 2,345Referendum 3A (increasing school district taxes by up to $700,000 annually)YES 2,664NO 1,208Referendum B (increasing school district debt by up to $33 million for a new middle school, other projects)YES 2,155NO 1,698PROPOSED ASPEN HISTORIC PARK & RECREATION DISTRICTReferendum 5D (Shall the historic district be organized?)YES 2,464NO 1,259Referendum 5E (historic district mill levy)YES 2,132NO 1,637Referendum 5F (allowing historic district to spend tax revenues)YES 2,291NO 1,459Proposed Aspen Historic Park & Recreation District Board of DirectorsFour-year term (vote for three)Judith A. Bleiler 2,347Lynne H. Dunlop 2,351Robert H. Throm 2,431Two-year term (vote for two)Darryl A. Grob 2,415Warren E. Klug 2,645CITY OF ASPENReferendum 2D (authorization to spend excess property taxes)YES 1,349NO 719ASPEN VALLEY HOSPITALReferendum 5A (extension of property tax for five more years)YES 2,941NO 1,502SNOWMASS VILLAGEReferendum 2A (2.4 percent lodging tax)YES 459NO 291Referendum 2B (increasing debt by $8.5 million to build new Snowmass Town Hall)YES 305NO 442Referendum 2C (increasing debt by $3.1 million to build town recreation center)YES 528NO 218STATE OF COLORADO(Pitkin County results only)Referendum C (authorizing state to return and spend excess revenues)YES 3,334NO 1,465Referendum D (issuing notes of up to $2 billion for transportation projects, school capital costs, university capital costs, and fire and police pensions)YES 3,172NO 1,578TWINING FLATS ROAD GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTReferendum 5B(Tax increase)YES 17NO 2Referendum 5C(increasing debt by up to $65,000)YES 14NO 5
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