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NOTICE OF HIGHWAY DISTRICTS TRUSTEE ELECTIONS
JEROME COUNTY, IDAHO
MAY 21, 2019
Pursuant to Idaho Code Section 34-602, Section 34-1406, public notice is hereby given
that an election will be held on TUESDAY May 21, 2019. The polls will be open between the
hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. on said day at the following places designated by the Board of
County Commissioners of Jerome County, Idaho.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that in accordance with the Help America Vote Act of 2002,
each of the polling places includes parking spaces, path of travel, entrances, exits and voting
areas accessible to individuals with disabilities.
DESIGNATED POLLING PLACES:
Precincts
Polling Places
#1 Bishop-Court
Episcopal Parish Hall, 201 S. Adams, Jerome, ID
#2 Canyonside
Jerome Rec. Dist., 2032 S. Lincoln, Jerome, ID
#3 Eden
Frist Segregation Fire Dist. 235 E. Wilson, Eden, ID
#4 Falls City
Ascension Priory, 541 E 100 S., Jerome, ID
#5 Hazelton
Hazelton City Hall, 246 Main St. Hazelton, ID
#6 Northeast
Jerome City Library, 100 1st Ave. East, Jerome, ID
#7 Northwest
Jerome School Dist.#261, Admin. Bldg. 125 4th Ave West, Jerome, ID
#8 Rimrock
Jerome Rec. Dist., 2032 S. Lincoln, Jerome, ID
#9 Shepherd-View
Jerome Middle School, 520 10th Ave. West, Jerome, ID
#10 Southeast
Jerome School Dist. #261, Admin. Bldg. 125 4th Ave West, Jerome, ID
#11Southwest
Jerome School Dist. #261, Admin. Bldg. 125 4th Ave West, Jerome, ID
Absentee/Early Voting Jerome County Courthouse, 300 N. Lincoln, Rm 301, Jerome, ID
Michelle Emerson, Jerome County Clerk
Published: May 9, 2016
Published: May 16 w/sample ballot
For additional election information, please visit jeromecountyid.us.

JEROME COUNTY

STATE OF IDAHO

MAY 21, 2019

Absentee

SAMPLE
BALLOT
OFFICIALELECTION
ELECTION BALLOT
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
To vote, fill in the oval (

) next to the response of your choice.

If you make a mistake, request a new ballot from an election worker.
CANDIDATES FOR JEROME
HIGHWAY DISTRICT TRUSTEE
ELECTION
TRUSTEE ZONE 1
(Vote For One)

Mike Praegitzer
Larry Covey
(WRITE-IN)

JEROME COUNTY

STATE OF IDAHO

MAY 21, 2019

Absentee

SAMPLE
BALLOT
OFFICIALELECTION
ELECTION BALLOT
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
To vote, fill in the oval (

) next to the response of your choice.

If you make a mistake, request a new ballot from an election worker.
CANDIDATES FOR HILLSDALE
HIGHWAY DISTRICT TRUSTEE
ELECTION
TRUSTEE ZONE 3
(Vote For One)

Vance Lehmann
Robert Vern Heath
(WRITE-IN)

JEROME COUNTY

STATE OF IDAHO

MAY 21, 2019

Absentee

SAMPLE
BALLOT
OFFICIALELECTION
ELECTION BALLOT
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER
To vote, fill in the oval (

) next to the response of your choice.

If you make a mistake, request a new ballot from an election worker.
CANDIDATES FOR HILLSDALE
HIGHWAY DISTRICT TRUSTEE
ELECTION
TRUSTEE ZONE 3
(Vote For One)

Vance Lehmann
Robert Vern Heath
(WRITE-IN)

JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 331
JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 331
MINIDOKA, CASSIA, JEROME AND LINCOLN COUNTIES, STATE OF IDAHO
MAY 21, 2019
SPECIAL GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND ELECTION
Shall the Board of Trustees of Joint School District No. 331, Minidoka, Cassia,
Jerome and Lincoln Counties, State of Idaho (the "Board"), be authorized to issue
general obligation school bonds of said District in the principal amount not to
exceed $21,000,000 for the purpose of financing the costs of (i) upgrading and
remodeling existing schools focusing on safety, security and other identified
needed building and site improvements; (ii) constructing, furnishing and equipping
of additional classrooms at Heyburn Elementary, Paul Elementary and West
Minico Middle School; (iii) constructing, furnishing and equipping of a second
gymnasium at Heyburn Elementary; (iv) upgrading or replacing HVAC systems at
Paul Elementary, Rupert Elementary, Mt. Harrison Jr./Sr. High School, and Minico
High School gymnasium; (v) improvements to Minico High School, including
installing a new gymnasium floor, constructing new concessions and restrooms at
softball and tennis facilities, and acquiring land for and constructing and equipping
a new agriculture education building; and (vi) upgrading other existing facilities for
career and technical education; such bonds to become due in such installments as
may be fixed by the Board, the final installment of such bonds to fall due not later
than September 15, 2039, all as provided in the Bond Election Resolution adopted
by the Board on March 21, 2019.
IN FAVOR OF issuing bonds in the principle amount not to exceed
$21,000,000 for the purposes stated in the bond election
AGAINST issuing bonds in the principle amount not to exceed
$21,000,000 for the purposes stated in the bond election
The following information is required by Section 34-439, Idaho Code:
The interest rate anticipated on the proposed bond issue, based upon current
market rates, is three and forty-eight hundredths percent (3.48%) per annum.
The total amount to be repaid over the life of the bonds, based on the anticipated
interest rate is $27,355,436, consisting of $21,000,000 in principal and
$9,874,970 of interest, totaling $30,874,970, less $3,519,534 in estimated bond
levy equalization payments.
The estimated average annual cost to the taxpayer on the proposed bond is a
tax of $91 per $100,000 of taxable assessed value based on current conditions
and the data above.
As of May 21, 2019, the total existing bonded indebtedness of the District,
including interest accrued, is $14,034,745.

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