Hemet Unified board members vote to place measure on November ballot Photo by Robin UnderwoodBoard members voted on a $150 million bond measure in order to repair and upgrade HUSD schools. ■ Robin Underwood, Contributed The Hemet Unified School District has approved of a $150 million school bond measure allowing Hemet residents the opportunity to vote on the proposal this November. During a special meeting held on July 31, Board Member Rob Davis took the lead in commenting before the official vote, explaining how he was apprehensive on the issue but nevertheless was on board for the measure because of the bond being a tax extension and will not result in
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