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Oxnard School District May Seek Voter Approval Of Bond Measure To Add Classroom Space

Posted on Thursday, February 2, 2012 3:58pm

Oxnard voters may be asked to go to the ballot box to support a bond measure for new school construction.

The Oxnard School Board directed its staff this week to develop language for a proposed ballot measure this November.  With continued growth in students in the district projected for the next few years, officials say a new campus is needed.

School board members haven’t decided how much they will seek.  In 2006, voters passed a $64 million dollar bond measure for new construction, and for portable classrooms.

The district has until July to act to get a measure on this November’s ballot.

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