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Apr 6, 2010 11:17 PM by Sharon Knight

Woodland Park voters turn down sales tax increase

Unofficial results are in from the Woodland Park municipal election.

Voters have overwhelmingly rejected a one-cent sales tax hike, with 423 votes for it and 1,695 votes against it. The increase would have funded a new recreation center and pool, near City Hall, at a cost of $14 Million.

Mayor Steve Randolph has been re-elected, with 60-percent of the votes. His only challenger was Jon DeVaux.

Eric Smith, David Turley and Terry Harrison have won the most votes in the race for three city council seats.

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