Voters approve $195 million bond proposal in Oceanside (Calif.) district

June 5, 2008
16 campuses will be renovated

More than 70 percent of those who voted in Oceanside (Calif.) Unified election on Tuesday favored the $195 million bond measure to renovate and modernize 16 public school campuses across the district. The $195 million raised through the sale of a series of bonds will be combined with state aid to fuel a $288 million construction program that will last for the next five to six years.
To read The San Diego Union-Tribune article, click here.

The Oceanside (Calif.) Unified School District's $195 million construction bond measure on June 3, would complete renovations and other projects that were supposed to have been covered in a 2000 bond issue. District administrators have said that escalating construction costs have prevented them from completing the projects as planned.
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