Bond measure gets school board approval



The Las Virgenes Unified School District has voted unanimously to place a $128 million bond measure on the June ballot.
The cost to voters will be no more than $25 per $100,000 property valuation, the school district said.
Each school in the district outlined projects that were needed over the next 10 years.
According to the school board's Terilyn Finders, "(The bond) is moving us into 21st cen
ury education."
After polling community members, the school district prep...

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