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Osage County voters Tuesday renewed a sales tax that funds operation of the county's 911 Center.

The sales tax of 0.5 percent will last for a period of 10 years, beginning April 1, 2021, and expiring March 31, 2031.

The unofficial total was 794 votes in favor (77.24 percent) and 223 against (21.69 percent).

It required a simple majority to pass.

Other Osage County elections

Several seats on school boards and municipal governments were up for election Tuesday in Osage County.

Osage County R-1 (Chamois) School District: Voters elected three directors to serve on the Board of Education for three-year terms. The unofficial totals included Angela Hagenhoff, 48 votes (27.59 percent), and Steve Cramer, 44 votes (25.29 percent), with a write-in option.

Osage County R-2 (Linn) School District: Voters elected three directors to serve on the Board of Education for three-year terms. The unofficial totals were: Naomi A. Klouzek, 309 votes (20.6 percent); Shawn Strong, 308 votes (20.53 percent); Lori Greer, 297 votes (19.8 percent); and Sam Niederhelm, 259 votes (17.27 percent).

Osage County R-3 (Fatima) School District: Voters elected three directors to serve on the Board of Education for three-year terms. The unofficial totals were: Keith Huhn, 281 votes (24.78 percent); Douglas Luebbering, 277 votes (24.43 percent); Andrew Samson, 241 votes (21.25 percent), and Wayne Baumhoer, 223 votes (19.66 percent).

Linn Alderman Ward 1: Voters elected one alderman to a two-year term. Steven Boeckmann was unopposed and received 53 votes.

Linn Alderman Ward 2: Voters elected one alderman to a two-year term. Mike Montgomery was unopposed and received 73 votes.

Westphalia Special Road District tax levy increase: The tax will be renewed and increased to 18 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for 2020-23, with a vote of 19 (61.29 percent) in favor and 11 (35.48 percent) against.

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