$42 million bond to go before voters in Calestoga (Calif.) district

June 28, 2010
November ballot question will decide fate of facilities improvements

From The Weekly Calestogan: The Calistoga (Calif.) School Board has approved the language of a $42 million bond measure that will be put before voters in November. The proposal would enable the Calistoga Joint Unified School District to carry out facilities improvements at Calistoga Elementary School and Calistoga Junior/Senior High School, including a new gymnasium and cafeteria. The bond would need a 55 percent majority to pass.

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