Bond restructuring should help local schools

Local school districts have the opportunity to restructure their construction bond programs using zero-interest loans from the federal government, a money-saving move expected to help both schools and homeowners.
The Qualified School Construction Bond (QSCB) program will save taxpayers millions of dollars in the long run, but homeowners will have to pay slightly higher taxes each year until the bonds are paid, officials said.
In 2006, voters in the Las Virgenes Unified School District passed M...

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