BURLEY — Burley voters passed a $165,000 two-year override levy for street repairs on Tuesday.
The levy was $25,000 more than the override levy that passed in 2016. It required a simple majority to pass.
Voters cast 605 ballots in favor of the override levy and 455 against it.
The additional money will supplement the streets department budget.
The $165,000 will be assessed on taxable property within the city for the years 2018 and 2019. It will be used for the continued construction, repair and maintenance of city streets and the costs of materials, equipment and personnel in the department.