The Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education approved a pair of bond measures for the June ballot that would provide $106 million for campus upgrades.
The money raised by the two bonds, known as Measure A and Measure B, plus $9 million of state funds, will pay for the district's new $115 million facilities master plan. Two bonds allow the school district to raise the necessary funds without exceeding their bonding capacity, a monetary cap placed on the amoun...
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