This conceptual drawing shows how a new Lake Stevens Library would have been situated with city services and city police on property near 99th Ave. NE and Market Place in the Chapel Hill area. Initial election results showed that a $17 million bond to fund the construction is short of the 60 percent threshold. (Sno-Isle Libraries)

This conceptual drawing shows how a new Lake Stevens Library would have been situated with city services and city police on property near 99th Ave. NE and Market Place in the Chapel Hill area. Initial election results showed that a $17 million bond to fund the construction is short of the 60 percent threshold. (Sno-Isle Libraries)

Bond for new Lake Stevens library falling short of required votes

The existing facility is in a city-owned building on property that is slated to be redeveloped.

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