Larkspur (Calif.) district sets November date for bond proposal

July 5, 2011
Money would pay for new school and upgrades at 2 existing schools

From The Marin Independent Journal: The Larkspur (Calif.) district has placed a $26 million bond request on the Nov. 8 ballot. The K-8 district would use the money to build a new campus in Corte Madera, and renovate Neil Cummins Elementary School in Corte Madera and Hall Middle School in Larkspur. Enrollment has grown 43 percent since 2000. Officials haven't determined yet what grade levels the new school would house.

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