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June 12, 1997
San Dimas and La Verne property owners in a mail-in election have overwhelmingly approved the continuation of annual assessments for the upkeep of Bonita Unified School District's recreation facilities. When all the ballots were counted Tuesday on whether to continue to raise $798,000 annually through a recreation assessment district, 64% of landowners favored the measure.
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November 5, 1997 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Voters went to the polls in nearly 100 local elections across Los Angeles County on Tuesday, deciding eight school bond measures and several municipal tax issues as well as city council, school board and special district seats. Early returns boosted the hopes of backers of school bond measures in El Segundo and Pasadena, giving them margins above the two-thirds approval needed for passage. Bond measures in the Mt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1997
San Dimas voters in November will get a second chance to cast their ballots on an assessment to maintain street lights and landscaping that fell short of the margin required to pass four months ago. The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved placing the measure on the Nov. 4 ballot. A similar measure that called for the continuation of the existing levy failed by 3% to win the required two-thirds of the vote in the March election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1997
Bonita Unified School Board member Elizabeth Yost said she will not seek another term in November. Two candidates, board President Robert Olander II and former state Senate candidate Tommy Randle, have filed papers to run for her seat in a Nov. 4 election. Yost is considered the unofficial leader of the majority on the five-member board. The school district, which encompasses La Verne and San Dimas, has suffered a series of crises in the past year, including the firing of its superintendent.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1996 | RICHARD WINTON and JOHN COX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Voters will decide six local contests today, including school bond measures in San Marino, Baldwin Park, Downey and Palmdale and city council positions in San Dimas and Long Beach. Although the school bond measures require a two-thirds majority to pass, bond supporters say recent elections indicate that voters are more willing than in the past to pay to upgrade schools. In November, school bond elections in 18 of 39 districts, including South Pasadena, were successful.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1996 | JOHN COX and ABIGAIL GOLDMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
School district officials in San Marino, Downey and Baldwin Park on Wednesday celebrated a windfall of millions of dollars each after voters in the three communities overwhelmingly supported new school bonds Tuesday to pay for basic repairs and improvements. "I didn't sleep a wink last night," said Thomas Godley, the superintendent of the San Marino Unified School District. "They voted at 75.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1997
Bonita Unified School Board member Elizabeth Yost said she will not seek another term in November. Two candidates, board President Robert Olander II and former state Senate candidate Tommy Randle, have filed papers to run for her seat in a Nov. 4 election. Yost is considered the unofficial leader of the majority on the five-member board. The school district, which encompasses La Verne and San Dimas, has suffered a series of crises in the past year, including the firing of its superintendent.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1997 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Voters went to the polls in nearly 100 local elections across Los Angeles County on Tuesday, deciding eight school bond measures and several municipal tax issues as well as city council, school board and special district seats. Early returns boosted the hopes of backers of school bond measures in El Segundo and Pasadena, giving them margins above the two-thirds approval needed for passage. Bond measures in the Mt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 1997
San Dimas voters in November will get a second chance to cast their ballots on an assessment to maintain street lights and landscaping that fell short of the margin required to pass four months ago. The City Council on Tuesday night unanimously approved placing the measure on the Nov. 4 ballot. A similar measure that called for the continuation of the existing levy failed by 3% to win the required two-thirds of the vote in the March election.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1997
San Dimas and La Verne property owners in a mail-in election have overwhelmingly approved the continuation of annual assessments for the upkeep of Bonita Unified School District's recreation facilities. When all the ballots were counted Tuesday on whether to continue to raise $798,000 annually through a recreation assessment district, 64% of landowners favored the measure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1996 | JOHN COX and ABIGAIL GOLDMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
School district officials in San Marino, Downey and Baldwin Park on Wednesday celebrated a windfall of millions of dollars each after voters in the three communities overwhelmingly supported new school bonds Tuesday to pay for basic repairs and improvements. "I didn't sleep a wink last night," said Thomas Godley, the superintendent of the San Marino Unified School District. "They voted at 75.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1996 | RICHARD WINTON and JOHN COX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Voters will decide six local contests today, including school bond measures in San Marino, Baldwin Park, Downey and Palmdale and city council positions in San Dimas and Long Beach. Although the school bond measures require a two-thirds majority to pass, bond supporters say recent elections indicate that voters are more willing than in the past to pay to upgrade schools. In November, school bond elections in 18 of 39 districts, including South Pasadena, were successful.
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