We tracked the purchase of the old Hoover School back in June 2010. Since then the rebound in enrollment has continued, putting the reopening of Hoover back on the list of possiblities. The Daily Journal is reporting on where the renovation money would come from
Reopening Hoover Elementary School to deal with growing enrollment as well as updating technology could be aided by a $56 million bond measure the Burlingame Elementary School District Board of Trustees will consider placing on the November ballot Tuesday.
Growing enrollment resulted in the purchase of a previously-closed school in 2010. Upgrading the school so it meets state standards along with revitalizing the district’s technology will require more money which district officials have said could be covered through a bond measure. On Tuesday, the board will decide whether to put the measure before voters in November. Such a measure requires two-thirds approval. If approved, the bond measure would cost $30 per $100,000 of a property’s value.
With Zillow reporting B'game's average home price at about $1.1 million, that would average out to $330 per home per year.
The board meets 6 p.m. Tuesday, July 24 at the District Office, 1825 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame. Here's Hoover from the front of the property
The zoning and planning part should be pretty easy since it would be returning to a prior use, but that's just a guess since things change over time (like parking requirements).