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San Diego Unified board approves $3.5 billion bond measure for November ballot

San Diego Unified board approves $3.5 billion bond measure for November ballot



2018-07-11T15:46:00+0000

If approved, school officials say the average homeowner will see a $230 increase per year on their property tax. The bond will be on the November ballot, it needs 55% of voter approval to pass.

SAN DIEGO - The San Diego Unified Board of Education unanimously voted Tuesday to place the on the November ballot. The vote was 4-0 with Dr. Michael McQuary absent.



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