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Scott Valley Unified School District bond proposition, Measure E (November 2010)

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A Scott Valley Unified School District bond proposition, Measure E was on the November 2, 2010 ballot for voters in the Scott Valley Unified School District in Siskiyou County. It was defeated.

Measure E asked voters to allow the school district to borrow $5.9 million. The $5 million in borrowed money would have been spent to "make health and safety improvements; repair leaky roofs; replace outdated plumbing and sewer systems; improve energy efficiency; modernize 50-year-old and older classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; upgrade inadequate electrical systems; and improve student access to computers and modern technology."

Election results

  • Yes: 1,626 (66.56%)
  • No: 817 (33.44%) Defeatedd

These election results are from the Siskiyou County elections division as of November 27, 2010.

A 55% supermajority vote was required for Measure E to pass.

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.

Measure E: “To improve the quality of education; make health and safety improvements; repair leaky roofs; replace outdated plumbing and sewer systems; improve energy efficiency; modernize 50-year-old and older classrooms, restrooms and school facilities; upgrade inadequate electrical systems; and improve student access to computers and modern technology; shall the Scott Valley Unified School District issue $5,900,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, have an independent citizens’ oversight committee and NO money used for administrative or teacher salaries or be taken by the state?”

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