School tax returns to the ballot

Many favor the tax, but some wonder why it's needed if school enrollment is declining

Measure E, the $98-per-year parcel tax passed by voters in 2004 to preserve a variety of school programs and maintain small classroom sizes on Las Virgenes campuses, is up for renewal in the November election. The pros and cons of the tax are being debated by cities, school officials and residents.
Supporters of the tax are making the rounds to residents, city councils and community associations to encourage voters to cast a yes vote for the tax on the Nov. 6 ballot.

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