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.
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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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