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Our Times: Orange County Communities

Stanton

March 07, 2000|Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988

Voters within the Magnolia School District in Stanton and Anaheim will decide today whether to approve a $9.7-million bond measure aimed at improving the district's aging schools.

District officials say the bond measure is critical for making improvements to schools built more than 30 years ago. Funds will go toward replacing underground gas, water and sewage lines, upgrading fire alarm systems, repaving playgrounds and installing wiring for Internet hookup.

The bond measure would cost property owners an additional $25.27 per year per $100,000 of a property's value.

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