Lompoc school district not giving up on school bond measure

Posted at 2:57 PM, Jun 27, 2018

After Measure Q failed in the June 5 Primary Election, the Lompoc Unified School District will try for another $79 million school bond measure in November.

The Board of Education voted 4-0 Tuesday to place the bond on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot.

School district officials say, if passed, the bond money will go toward safety improvements, modernization, and renovation of all schools in the district.

Measure Q also sought $79 million in bonds. It needed 55 percent of the vote to pass but only received about 51 percent.