Natomas USD Measure L: Bond measure

If 55 percent of voters approve, Natomas Unified School District would impose an annual 0.6 percent real estate tax to pay for bonds for 32 years starting in 2019. The bonds would raise an estimated $11 million annually, on average, to pay for $172 million in bonds the district will use to pay for upgrades and construction at schools.

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  • Yes - For the Measure

  • No - Against the Measure