North Thurston students (from left) Joseph Meraz, Grace Morris-Ward, Alana Hall, Alison Stilt and Chloe James examine their Nisqually River hatchery chinook salmon as they prepare for dissection during Tina Hinman's biology class at North Thurston High School in Lacey on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. The North Thurston School Board voted Tuesday night to place a four-year, nearly $163.5 million maintenance and operations levy on February's ballot.
North Thurston students (from left) Joseph Meraz, Grace Morris-Ward, Alana Hall, Alison Stilt and Chloe James examine their Nisqually River hatchery chinook salmon as they prepare for dissection during Tina Hinman's biology class at North Thurston High School in Lacey on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. The North Thurston School Board voted Tuesday night to place a four-year, nearly $163.5 million maintenance and operations levy on February's ballot. Tony Overman Staff photographer
North Thurston students (from left) Joseph Meraz, Grace Morris-Ward, Alana Hall, Alison Stilt and Chloe James examine their Nisqually River hatchery chinook salmon as they prepare for dissection during Tina Hinman's biology class at North Thurston High School in Lacey on Friday, Oct. 16, 2015. The North Thurston School Board voted Tuesday night to place a four-year, nearly $163.5 million maintenance and operations levy on February's ballot. Tony Overman Staff photographer

North Thurston will place $163.5 million levy on February ballot

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