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Harrisburg Community Unit School District Bond Issue Proposition (April 2013)

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A Harrisburg Community Unit School District Bond Issue proposition was defeated on the April 9, 2013 election ballot in Saline County, which is in Illinois.

If approved, this measure would have authorized the Harrisburg Community Unit School District to increase its debt by $29 million through issuing general obligation bonds in that amount in order to demolish, reconstruct, renovate, alter, repair and equip the Harrisburg High School Buildings and other improvement projects as outlined below in the text of the question.[1]

Election results

All Precincts:

Harrisburg CUSD Bond
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No1,23953.54%
Yes 1,075 46.46%
These election results are from the Daily Register, Harrisburg school referendum fails

Text of measure

Text of the question:

Shall Harrisburg Community Unit School District Number 3, Saline County, Illinois, be authorized to issue $29,000,000 general obligation alternate bonds of said School District to demolish, reconstruct, renovate, alter, repair and equip all or a portion of the Harrisburg High School Buildings and improve the sites thereof, as provided for by the resolution adopted by the Board of Education of said School District on the 25th day of September, 2012, said bonds being payable from one or more of the following revenue sources (i) collections distributed to the District from those taxes imposed by The County of Saline, Illinois, pursuant to the County School Facility Occupation Tax Law of the State of Illinois, as amended, and (ii) general state aid received by the District from time to time, unless said revenue sources are insufficient to pay said bonds, in which case ad valorem property taxes upon all taxable property in said School District without limitation as to rate or amount are authorized to be extended for such purpose?[1][2]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 New school referendum debated, March 27, 2013
  2. Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.