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Sept. 10 school board election brings change in polling places

BY DI STAFF | AUGUST 30, 2013 5:00 AM

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Temporary polling locations will be put in place for the Sept. 10 school election, due to various scheduling conflicts.

Precinct 9, which includes the town of Hills, parts of Liberty and Sharon Townships, will have the Hills Community Center, 110 E. Main St, Hills, become the polling place for both the Sept. 10 school election and the Nov. 5 election. This polling place will most likely become permanent in the future.

Iowa City precincts 6, 16, and parts of Scott and Lincoln Townships, create Iowa City Precinct 10. The polling place will be at Mercer Park Recreation Center, 2701 Bradford Drive. This is due to a schedule conflict at Lucas and will not be permanent.

The Lone Tree School District, consisting of the City of Lone Tree, Fremont and Pleasant Valley Townships, and parts of Lincoln Township’s polling location will be at the Lone Tree American Legion, 300 N. Devoe St., Lone Tree.

Johnson County Auditor Travis Weipert is considering moving other polling locations and would like the public’s input in the future.

— by Lauren Coffey


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