Conflicting views over $150 million school bond on November ballot Photos by hemetusd.orgHemet Unified Board members will need to decide whether or not to propose a $150 million bond measure be put on the upcoming election ballot. ■ Robin Underwood / Contributed A $150 million school bond measure is back on the table for the Hemet Unified School District board to either approve or deny its presence on the November ballot. The bond has had a great deal of analysis and multiple surveys have been conducted to test its viability and ratings of approval by FM3, an organization hired to assist in reserving the measure’s spot on this year’s voting agenda.
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