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Measure E Bond Vote Set for Nov. 8

Voters living within the Long Beach Unified School District boundaries should have begun receiving election handbooks and ballots.  This year, there are multiple state propositions on the Nov. 8 ballot.

The LBUSD Board of Education placed Measure E, the Long Beach Unified School District Repair and Safety Measure, on the November ballot.

Measure E Official Ballot Question

“To improve outdated classrooms/neighborhood schools by: improving technology/labs/career education classrooms/electrical systems/wiring; upgrading handicapped accessibility/earthquake safety; upgrading bathrooms, fire alarms/sprinklers/security cameras; removing lead paint/asbestos; installing air conditioning; improving student health/physical education; repairing/constructing/acquiring facilities/equipment, shall Long Beach Unified School District issue $1,500,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, requiring independent audits,  citizens’ oversight, no money for administrators’ salaries/pensions; and all funds used locally?”

The bond measure, if enacted, would cost homeowners approximately $5 per $100,000 of assessed – not market – value per month.

Find Measure E questions and answers on this printable information sheet, and view more details here.

This information describes the practical effects of Measure E and does not advocate a yes or no vote on this measure.