Hemet Unified considers $150 million bond measure

School district discusses a possible November ballot Photos by HUSDSchool officials say that payment of the bonds would not raise property taxes but only extend taxes that property owners already are paying. ■ Robin Underwood / Reporter Hemet Unified School District may be looking into putting a school bond measure on the upcoming November ballot. The proposal would be for $150 million to upgrade school properties. On Tuesday July 17, HUSD held a study session open to the public to discuss the possible bond measure. The district will be making a final decision to move forward with the bond at its next board meeting at 6:30 p.m. July 31. Alexandria Sponheim,

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