Beachwood, Westlake & Rocky River School District Bond Measures, 3 (May 2010)
The Beachwood measure sought to create a bond in the amount of $30 million which would add 25 cents, per $100 of assessed value, to local property taxes. The money generated from this tax would go towards constructing, renovating and equipping schools in the district. The total cost will be around $16 a month for average homeowners. The bond can only be used to make capital improvements to the schools and school officials were pushing it now due to low interest rates. Proponents noted the need to stay up to date and competitive as a school where as opponents noted that the administration should do better with the funds alloted to them currently.
The Westlake measure sought to create a bond in the amount of $84,056,066 which will add 34 cents, per $100 of assessed property value, to local property taxes and will be used to construct, remodel, renovate and equip new classrooms.
The Rocky River measure sought to create a bond in the amount of $42,902,050 which will add 32 cents per $100 of assessed value to local property taxes and will be used to construct, remodel renovate and equip classrooms as needed.
- YES 3,522 (56.35%)
- NO 2,672 (43.65%)
- West Shore Sun, "Support smart work in Rocky River by approving school bond issue," April 23, 2010
- West Shore Sun, "Down economy could work in favor of River school for revamping," April 26, 2010
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