Culver City Unified School District, Measure E Bond, OKed By Voters

Culver City Unified School District Measure E was on the March 5, 2024 Presidential Primary Election ballot. The latest count on LAVote.gov shows, with about 75% of the vote counted, the local proponents surpassing the 55% super-majority threshold by 469 votes; with 5,909 (60.99%) voting in favor of the measure and 3,780 (39.01%) voting against the $800M property tax increase.

By passing the measure, the Culver City Unified School District is authorized to issue $358 million in bonds, levying $60 per $100,000 in assessed value, for the purpose of school improvements.

The stated purpose of the bond fund is to upgrade neighborhood schools with locally-controlled funding; improve classrooms/instructional technology for college/career readiness; fix leaky roofs, crumbling ceilings and aging, deteriorating electrical, plumbing, fire safety and security systems; repair, construct, and acquire classrooms, labs, facilities, sites, equipment; shall Culver City Unified School District's measure authorizing $358,000,000 in bonds at legal rates be adopted, levying 6¢ per $100 of assessed value, raising $22,000,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, with independent, public oversight/audits?

Senior Citizens are not exempt from Measure E property tax .

 

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