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Voter Guide: Las Lomitas district seeks $60 million for schools

Money would be earmarked for additional classrooms, upgraded infrastructure

by Sandy Brundage

Sixty million dollars is a lot of money. The Las Lomitas Elementary School District is hoping voters think it'll be money well spent and will approve Measure S, a $60 million bond measure, on the Nov. 5 ballot. The measure must win favor with at least 55 percent of the voters to pass.

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Renee Batti contributed to this story.

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