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San Diego County Digest

San Diego

January 22, 1992

A June ballot proposal was approved Tuesday by San Diego city schools trustees that will ask city residents to raise their property taxes to pay for $215 million in bonds for construction and renovation of city schools.

The bond measure will ask approval to authorize construction bonds for several new schools in the Mid-City, Golden Hill and Barrio Logan areas, where schools are now severely crowded.

In addition, the bond provides for extensive remodeling of middle schools citywide to equip them for the newest educational technology. Under the proposal, which only requires a majority vote, property owners would be taxed as much as an extra $87 a year for every $100,000 of assessed valuation through the year 2003.

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