Here’s good news in the midst of a global pandemic.
Last month, the Mariposa County Unified School District sold its third and final series of bonds related to the district’s 2016 Measure L bond program.
In November 2016, over 70 percent of voters approved the sale of up to $24 million of general obligation bonds to build new classrooms, renovate roofs, install
HVAC systems, improve plumbing and make other facility improvements.
At the time of the election, it was estimated that the tota...
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