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News - November 25, 2011

MV Whisman eyes new school bond

Bond measure would pay for building upgrades, safety features

by Nick Veronin

Local elementary and middle school district officials are weighing whether to put a bond measure on the 2012 ballot, and have hired a consultant to help them decide.

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Posted by John Doe, a resident of Cuesta Park
on Nov 24, 2011 at 3:00 am

Why waste $ 18,000 to call 400 homes? So that is $45.00 for a 3 min phone call and entering it in an excel spreadsheet. I can save the MV Whisman school board some money and lets start a thread here of responses....

on top of the existing PARCEL Tax? NONE...
EVERY HOUSEHOLD in MV has had to scale back spending.... I don't care if schools is schools.... Schools need to also.... I bet private schools are raising tuition in this tough economic environment... Heck 18k could have been spent on a 25% of a teacher instead of this senseless survey......