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Special District

Turlock Unified School District
Measure O - 55% Approval Required

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Election Results


17,115 votes yes (67.85%)

8,111 votes no (32.15%)

100% of precincts reporting (57/57).

To upgrade and repair high schools with local funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall Turlock Unified School District provide science, technology/engineering labs; providenew classrooms/instructional technology, including necessary infrastructure, for core academics; modernize facilities to meet health/safety codes; improve campus safety/security; repair, construct, acquire, equip, classrooms, sites, facilities; by issuing $48,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, with independent citizen oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds used for Turlock Schools?

What is this proposal?

Details — Official information


Measure N would pay first for safety measures including lighting, fencing and high tech security systems.  It would add air conditioning to Pitman High classrooms and build a science wing at Turlock High.  Both high schools would get library improvements and career technical facilities.  The improvements list includes getting rid of portable classrooms and improving wheelchair access at both campuses.

Financial effect

Measure O is estimated to cost property owners $29 per $100,000 assessed value per year.

Published Arguments — Arguments for and against

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