School district green lights final bond round

Decision expected to save millions for taxpayers

MCUSD Chief Business Officer Norma Dwyer (top) is shown on the Zoom call during last Thursday’s school board meeting. Board members, along with superintendent Jeff Aranguena, are shown in the bottom screen.It seems like ages ago when county voters approved Measure L, the $24 million school facility bond.
That was in the fall of 2016 when the community overwhelmingly approved the bond measure.
The bond’s purpose has been to finance education facility improvements at school sites around the Maripo...

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