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Millbrae School District bond proposition, Measure N (November 2011)

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A Millbrae School District bond proposition, Measure N ballot question was on the November 8, 2011 ballot for voters in the Millbrae School District in San Mateo County, where it was approved.[1]

Measure N allows the district to borrow $30 million. The property tax rate required to repay the bond borrowing will be $25 per year per $100,000 in assessed value.[2]

Millbrae voters approved Measure X, also a $30 million bond, on November 4, 2008.

A 55 percent supermajority vote was required for passage.[1]

Election results

Measure N
Approveda Yes 2,550 58.5%
Election results are from the San Mateo County elections office (timed out).


Projects the school district may undertake with Measure N funds may include:

  • A new cafeteria at Taylor Middle School
  • Energy efficiency improvements at all schools.[2]
  • Renovating classrooms[3]
  • Improving electrical systems[3]


As of late October, $27,950 had been contributed to the campaign committee seeking a "yes" vote on Measure N.[4]

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

Measure N: “To continue to renovate and modernize its aging schools and classrooms, improve energy efficiency, update classroom equipment and technology, improve school safety and build a new cafeteria at Taylor Middle School, shall the Millbrae Elementary School District be authorized to issue $30,000,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit with no funds for administrator salaries and an appointed Independent Oversight Committee to monitor all bond expenditures?”[5]

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