In University Heights, voters approved a $1.8 million bond issue that would pay for land the city would use as a park and green space.
76% (139) Yes
24% (45) No
The measure needed a 60 percent to pass.
Voters in Strawberry Point approved expanding the use of a one percent local sales and services tax to include improvements for EMS and the fire department.
67% (156) Yes
33% (76) No
Cascade voters approved a $2 million bond issue for a new swimming pool.
92% (364) Yes
8% (30) No
Nearly half of all registered voters in Decorah went to the polls to decide if the city should form its own electric utility. And they said no. Just four votes decided the issue, according to unofficial results from the Winneshiek County Auditor.
49.93% (1,380) Yes
50.07% (1,384) No
West Branch voters agreed to impose a seven percent hotel and motel tax that would partially be used for tourist and convention business.
78% (46) Yes
22% (13) No
And in North Buena Vista, voters selected Robert J. Ludovissy to fill a city council vacancy.
45% (29) James Ludovissy
55% (35) Robert J. Ludovissy