The fifth time wasn’t the charm for the Denver School District as voters in the town just north of Waterloo rejected another attempt to build another elementary school. Denver school superintendent Bob Conway was disappointed with the 51-to-49 percent loss on Tuesday. Conway says they felt they were giving the people what they wanted. He says the kids are the losers in the vote.Gary Sharp chaired the citizen’s groups which pushed for the new school. He says they will be back to try again.The 4-point-5 million dollar bond referendum would have replaced a 78-year-old school building. It’s the fifth try since 1993 to pass the bond issue in the Bremer County town.
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