Voters in the Coon Rapids-Bayard (CRB) Community School District overwhelmingly approved a 10-year Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL) and a revenue purpose statement for the Iowa Securing and Advanced Vision for Education (SAVE) Fund in Tuesday night’s election. The PPEL vote, which is an added $1.34 in property taxes per $1,000 of assessed valuation, passed with 84.7 percent approval, 183 yes to 33 no. PPEL funds can be used for a variety of reasons, such as purchasing or improving school property, technology or equipment, transportation materials and other similar purposes. The SAVE Fund revenue purpose statement also passed overwhelming with 86.3 percent approval. It lays out potential uses for the SAVE money: district facilities and broadband services; transportation equipment; student construction programs; disaster relief; property tax relief; and any other legally allowed purpose. A link with more information on the Sept. 14 CRB Community School District election results can be found included below. Results are unofficial until canvassed by the respective counties’ boards of supervisors.