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Why Sweetwater school bond measure deserves a No vote

Measure DD is a $403 million school construction bond for the Sweetwater Union High School District (SUHSD) that equates to a taxpayer-funded jobs program for unions and construction firms. If passed, ... read more

Dick Barrett: District’s Measure E deserves your vote

Why such ... cases unsafe schools? Plus, in my 32 years here in Lompoc, I know the Lompoc community has always come through for so many of our local agencies and people who need our help. We have a sp... read more

Ruscal Cayangyang: Why I voted against school bond

To place a Vallejo school bond measure of almost a quarter billion dollars is an unreasonable burden to the taxpayers, especially for our Vallejo seniors and renters. That is why I personally voted “n... read more

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We should pass school bond measure

The bond would fund repair, replacement and upgrades for schools across the district. We urge you to vote yes. There are too many reasons than we have space here to enumerate why this measure deserves ... read more

Meet the candidates running for a seat on the Lucia Mar School Board

It’s important to note that residents vote for ... the Lucia Mar school district for over 20 years. Even though my last child graduated in 2014, I continue to stay engaged in the district, working to ... read more

Red Bluff high school board draws six candidates

Both projects were done with Measure J Bond funds, local property taxes, and those funds come with citizen oversight and transparency. To date no explanation has been given for these costly mistakes, ... read more

The How and Why of Measure YY, the San Diego Unified School District Bond Ask

School boards can no ... school bond measure. Credit: pamlane / Flickr The 2018 general election will see another 80+ bond ballot measures statewide. Eleven of those will come from school districts in ... read more

Vote Yes on Measures H and I for Berkeley Schools

Deferred or no ... why Berkeley voters approved school facilities bonds in 1992 and in 2000 that funded the last two ten-year plans for renewal of our schools. And the State cannot take either Measure ... read more

Napa Valley College needs to answer more questions

Instead he said he wants to repair and modernize classrooms, training centers and labs, all of which were included in the project list and paid for by taxpayers in the $138 Million Measure N bond. Why ... read more

What Bay Area voters are saying after they cast ballots in dramatic midterm election

Black, who said she’s been voting since age 18, also was excited to vote in support of measures to support public safety workers, including state Proposition 11 (breaks for ambulance workers) and Meas... read more

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