Every precinct in the MAC Recreation District favored the renewal of the 5-year operation levy.

The Jefferson County Clerk's Office finalized the results of the Nov. 7 election, and released the precinct breakdown for the votes on Nov. 21.

The election included only two measures: the renewal of a five-year operating levy for the Madras Aquatic Center Recreation District, which passed by a vote of 1,796 yes to 826 no, and the rejection of the proposed formation of a Crooked River Ranch Law Enforcement District by a final vote of 1,747 no to 300 yes.

Twelve precincts voted on the levy renewal for the MACRD, which follows the boundaries of Jefferson County School District 509-J, with all 12 favoring the renewal.

The results are as follows:

No. 1 Haystack: 11 yes to 8 no.

No. 5 Ashwood: 3 yes to 0 no.

No. 6 Kutcher: 122 yes to 49 no.

No. 8 Lyle Gap: 43 yes to 19 no.

No. 11 Metolius: 70 yes to 47 no.

No. 13 East Madras: 435 yes to 190 no.

No. 14 Warm Springs: 115 yes to 18 no.

No. 18 Round Butte: 103 yes to 75 no.

No. 19 West Madras: 238 yes to 94 no.

No. 20 Circle M: 47 yes to 25 no.

No. 21 Central: 336 yes to 182 no.

No. 22 Sunset: 273 yes to 119 no.

Only one precinct, No. 2 Crooked River Ranch, voted on the formation of the CRR Law Enforcement District. There were 300 yes votes, 1,747 no votes, and two undervotes.

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