Cabrillo Unified School District bond proposition, Measure S (June 2012)
Measure S allows the school district to borrow $81 million. The debt will be repaid over a 40-year period. It will cost about $45/year in additional property taxes for each $100,000 of assessed valuation.
A 55 percent supermajority vote was required for approval.
The question on the ballot:
|MEASURE S: "To improve the quality of education in local schools by replacing leaky roofs; performing essential safety repairs on classrooms and facilities; updating science labs; equipping classrooms with 21st century technology; maximizing energy efficiency and water conservation to save money; and renovating, constructing, and equipping classrooms and facilities; shall Cabrillo Unified School District issue $81 million in bonds at legal rates with citizen oversights, annual audits, no funds for administrators' salaries, and all funds staying in local schools?"|
- Mercury News, "Cabrillo Unified School District pushes bond measure," April 25, 2012
- Millbrae Patch, "Should We Charge More for Guests Staying at County Hotels?"
- San Francisco Examiner, "Measures S, W, Y may help youths with ABCs," May 16, 2012
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