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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1997
Faced with a growing number of elementary school students, the Alhambra school board has directed administrators to draw up plans for a multimillion-dollar bond issue to pay for new facilities and renovate outmoded classrooms. The Alhambra School District Board of Education would like to place the bond measure on the ballot in November 1998, board Vice President Dora S. Padilla said. "We have schools designed for 600 students that have now got 1,100 students," she said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 2000
For the second time in less than a year, voters in the Alhambra school district have rejected a high school bond issue that would have raised $43 million for new classrooms and other facilities. Measure HS failed to muster the more than two-thirds approval required for such taxes. Only 57.8% of those voting approved the measure Tuesday. Although a few walk-in absentee ballots are still to be counted, school officials said they do not expect the results to change.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 2000
For the second time in less than a year, voters in the Alhambra school district have rejected a high school bond issue that would have raised $43 million for new classrooms and other facilities. Measure HS failed to muster the more than two-thirds approval required for such taxes. Only 57.8% of those voting approved the measure Tuesday. Although a few walk-in absentee ballots are still to be counted, school officials said they do not expect the results to change.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1999
Voters in the Alhambra school district will cast their ballots today on two bond measures that if approved would provide $73 million to upgrade and repair campuses. Measure A would provide $30 million to repair 13 elementary schools, and Measure AA would generate $43 million to rebuild the district's four high schools, officials said. Both measures need more than two-thirds of the votes to succeed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1999
Voters in the Alhambra school district will cast their ballots today on two bond measures that if approved would provide $73 million to upgrade and repair campuses. Measure A would provide $30 million to repair 13 elementary schools, and Measure AA would generate $43 million to rebuild the district's four high schools, officials said. Both measures need more than two-thirds of the votes to succeed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 18, 1997
Faced with a growing number of elementary school students, the Alhambra school board has directed administrators to draw up plans for a multimillion-dollar bond issue to pay for new facilities and renovate outmoded classrooms. The Alhambra School District Board of Education would like to place the bond measure on the ballot in November 1998, board Vice President Dora S. Padilla said. "We have schools designed for 600 students that have now got 1,100 students," she said.
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