The Roseburg School District’s $6 million bond levy failed Tuesday, sealing plans to close Rose Elementary School this fall. Some 58 percent of voters said “no,” solidifying a school board decision last month to close Rose in Southeast Roseburg if the bond failed. “I’m horribly, horribly devastated,” said Jessica Schan, president of Rose’s parent-teacher organization. The bond would have paid for major maintenance projects to school buildings and updates to technology and curriculum. It would have cost taxpayers an estimated 37 cents per $1,000 of assessed value, or $55.50 a year on a $150,000 house. An election night party at …
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