Noblesville residents pass measure to expand high school

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Noblesville residents passed a measure to expand the high school with a 68.48 percent vote Tuesday.

A total of 31.52 percent voted against the measure.

The $28 million referendum will have a domino affect.  First, it will expand the high school and allow the freshmen to return to the main campus.  Then, the Noblesville East Middle School students will move into the freshmen campus.  Lastly, Hamilton County would buy the middle school building and lease it to Ivy Tech Community College, which would create a new campus at the site.

A home valued at $200,000 will see a tax increase of about $44 per year.

The final results were released just before 8 p.m.
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