Lake Tahoe Unified School District bond proposition, Measure A (June 2008)
If Measure A had been approved, it would have authorized the school district to borrow $87 million. To repay this, the district would have levied a tax of 3.87 cents per $100 of assessed value of a person's property, or $38.70 per $100,000.
A 55 percent supermajority vote was required for approval.
- These final, certified, election results are from the El Dorado County elections office.
The question on the ballot:
|Measure A: "To provide safe, secure local schools by replacing outdated portables, electrical, emergency and lighting systems, aging plumbing/restrooms; improving classrooms, technology and elementary school libraries; creating new career and technology education classrooms; upgrading physical education and athletic facilities; and qualifying for $11 Million Dollars in state matching funds, shall Lake Tahoe Unified School District issue $87 Million in bonds at legal interest rates, with annual financial audits, citizens' oversight, and no money for administrators' salaries?"|
- Text of Measure A
- Pros and cons of Measure A debated (dead link)
- Tahoe eyes on Measure A (timed out)
- Measure A sparks spirited debate on the South Shore (dead link)
- Election results (timed out)
- Sacramento Bee, El Dorado schools seek to patch things up in tough times, April 14, 2008
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