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August 6, 2013 8:16 PM

Regional aquatics measure failing

A sales tax measure that would bring a long-sought regional aquatics facility and water park to the Tri-Cities was failing Tuesday night. It had 10,391 yes votes, or 45 percent, to 12,567 no votes, or about 55 percent.

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