Voters may be asked to approve up to $150 million for schools’ maintenance and capital improvements ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Editor Hemet Unified is once again considering a $100-$150 million bond measure for capital improvements on one of the 2018 ballots. The effort was initially discussed for the 2016 election cycle, but was put on hold. The city of Hemet passed Measure U, a 1 percent general fund tax, in November 2016 after Measure E, a 1 percent tax earmarked for public safety, failed that June. CliffordMoss, a firm that assists public entities build support for ballot measures, was charged with the task of identifying if a measure would pass.
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