Voters in Bow have rejected a $5 million bond to build a proposed public safety facility.
The Concord Monitor reports the vote came during the second session of Bow’s town meeting Thursday night.
Of the more than 1,100 residents who voted on the bond, just more than half supported it, falling short of the two-thirds needed to pass.
The combined facility would have housed the police, fire and emergency management departments.
Although voters rejected the bond, they supported an article for the town to continue working toward studying a public safety building.