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Multiple school districts across the Central Coast are hoping that voters will approve bond measures to pay for school improvements.
Measure C is a $349 million school bond for the San Luis Coastal Unified School District. It would increase property taxes by $49 per every $100,000 of assessed property value over 30 years. It needs 55% voter approval in order to pass. Early election night results show 62% "yes" votes to 38% "no" votes for Measure C.
The Lompoc Unified School District is hoping the third time's the charm for its Measure A. The school bond would increase property taxes by 6 cents per every $100 of assessed value. It needs 55% voter approval in order to pass. Early election night results show 52% "yes" votes to 48% "no" votes for Measure A.
Here are the current results for the other school bond measures on the November 8 ballot:
- Measure R, Buellton Union School District
- Measure S, Hope Elementary School District
- Measure V, Guadalupe Union School District
- Measure W, Guadalupe Union School District
- Measure Y, College School District