Millard County voters won't be casting their ballots on an $11.4 million bond election when they trek to the polls for the primaries Sept. 13. The issue has been withdrawn by county and school officials.

The county and the school district are indebted to the Intermountain Power Agency because of an agreement several years ago regarding money that was advanced when the Intermountain Power Plant became a reality. IPP is now going on the tax rolls, and the county and school district are obligated to pay the indebtedness.The bond issue would have raised $4.7 million for the county and $6.7 million for the school district to pay off the debt.