(AREA) -- Voters in the Sandusky School District overwhelming passed an 18-mill operating millage renewal during a special election Tuesday. The non-homestead millage will provide the district with $860,000 in tax revenue in 2014. There were 688 yes votes and 242 no votes. The 10-year renewal failed by 11 votes in November. Superintendent Mike Carmean said he was very pleased with the results. NWS 0044
Meanwhile, in the Yale School district, voters approved a $1.94 million bond proposal for technology upgrades, equipment for the school's buildings and bus purchases. The .22 mill levy passed by a margin of 168 votes, 676 yes to 508 no.