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News - November 29, 2019

School board approves $259M bond measure for March 2020 ballot

Funds would fix old facilities and address student growth from rapid residential development

by Kevin Forestieri

The Mountain View Whisman School District is asking voters to approve a $259 million bond aimed at fixing old school facilities and preparing for a surge of new students caused by rapid housing growth in Mountain View.

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