A Vallivue School District No. 139 Bond Issue question was approved on the May 21, 2013, election ballot in Canyon County, which is in Idaho.
This measure authorized the Vallivue School District No. 139 to increase its debt by $50.75 million through issuing general obligation bonds in that amount in order to fund the improvement projects described below in the Text of measure section. These bonds would fall due 20 years after their issue.
| Vallivue District Bond|
| Yes|| 1,678|| 74.94%|
- These results are from the Canyon County elections office.
Text of measure
Question on the ballot:
Shall the Board of Trustees of School District No. 139 (Vallivue), Canyon County, State of Idaho (the
“District”), be authorized to issue general obligation school bonds of said District in the principal amount
of up to 50,750,000 to be issued in one or more series and to become due in such installments as may
be fixed by the Board of Trustees of the District, the final installment of each series to fall due not later
than twenty (20) years from the date of issuance of such school; (ii) acquiring, constructing equipping
and furnishing facilities for providing, professional technical education; (iii) purchasing software, media
center and curriculum resources; (iv) repairing, renovating, remodeling, equipping and furnishing
existing schools and facilities in the District; (v) making safety, security and technology upgrades
throughout the District; (vi) purchasing or leasing of modular classrooms; and (vii) purchasing improved
and unimproved land for future school sites and various school facilities, all as provided in the Bond
Election Resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees on February 12, 2013?
IN FAVOR OF Issuing bonds in the principal amount of up to $50,750,000 for the purposes stated
in the bond election resolution
AGAINST Issuing bonds in the principal amount of up to $50,750,000 for the purposes stated in
the bond election resolution
The Vallivue YES Committee put together a brochure with arguments in favor of this measure and answers to common questions.
- No arguments were found in opposition to this measure. If you have an argument or statement that you would like to see posted here please email email@example.com.