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July 29, 2011


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Just to clarify, this will be a parcel tax, not a bond. A bond seems to be forthcoming however, as the first (Measure A) bond funds are nearly exhausted - and there is an additional $20-25 million budgeted for desired capital expenditures. FYI, here is the latest Measure A expenditure reports (July). Drieling Terrones remains highest paid vendor- at $4.4 million to-date. Also, my understanding Hoover's estimated cost may be higher than $3 million as indicated in this report, should the board of trustees opt for more extensive overhaul of an annex building on the site:

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