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By Joe Naiman
Village News Correspondent 

BUSD to place $38 million bond on November ballot

 

Last updated 5/5/2018 at 4:28pm



Voters in the Bonsall Unified School District will decide whether to approve a property tax assessment which will authorize the issuance of $38 million of general obligation bonds.

A 5-0 BUSD board vote April 27 directed the measure to be placed on the Nov. 6 ballot. The exact assessment will depend on the total valuation of real property within the district, but the estimate is that property taxes will increase by $75 annually for a home valued at $200,000.

The bond if passed will fund three primary types of improvements. A new high school would be constructed including classrooms, career...



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SaveGirdValley writes:

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Veracity writes:

Here. We. Go. Again. Another election , another attempt at a bond to build a high school in Gird Valley. Attempts 1,2,3,4,5 all failed, the latest in 2016 by the newly formed Bonsall Unified School District. All previous 5 attempts, one in 1978, two attempts in 1990, one in ‘92, and the last in ‘16 ALL included Bonsall Union/Unified school district voters. I don’t think the entire BUSD community can make this message any clearer - this is a terrible location for a high school.

 
 
 

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