Citizen oversight committee to keep tabs on spending Robin Underwood / The Valley ChronicleBoard members voted on a $150 million bond measure to be put on the ballot to repair and upgrade HUSD schools. ■ Robin Underwood / Contributed The Governing Board of the Hemet Unified School District has recently approved placing a $150 million dollar school-bond measure on the November 6 ballot. The amount was arrived at after an evaluation of the needs of all the schools in the district. It also happens to meet the cap for what the district can sell in the way of bonds. Despite the size of the voter-approved amount, the district has decided to
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