It's been several years since the passage of Measure E, a parcel tax benefiting the Las Virgenes Unified School District. Now, the district has support from the city of Calabasas in asking voters to renew the tax for another eight years.
The Calabasas City Council voted Sept. 19 to endorse the measure, which brings in about $2 million annually for the LVUSD.
Although they had the support of all the council members individually, Superintendent Donald Zimring and schoo...
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