Voters supporting teacher pay raise

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— Steamboat Springs School District voters are supporting a pay raise for teachers.

As of 8:30 p.m., 1,259 voters, or 59.92 percent, voted yes for Referendum 3C, while 842 people, or 40.08 percent, voted no.

Referendum 3C is a "mill levy override" that would generate $600,000 in tax revenue to attract and retain quality staff in the district. The amount would increase gradually annually until it caps at $800,000 in 2015.

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