ORANGE CITY, Iowa (KTIV) – In Orange City, Iowa, voters rejected a $5-million bond issue to help pay for a new health center.
The 115,000 square foot Aspire Center for Healthy Living was projected to cost $20-million, and include an Urgent Care Clinic and Physical Therapy Center, plus a 6,000 square foot workout area.
Voters in Orange City were asked to chip in $5-million to support the cost.
Only 748 voters (43.74%) supported the bond. Another 962 voters (56.26%) opposed the bond. The measure needed 60-percent approval to pass.