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Los Angeles County, CA June 6, 2000 Election
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Measure 2000-A -- City of Manhattan Beach (Initiative Ordinance)
Shall the Voters Adopt an Initiative Ordinance of the City of Manhattan Beach Amending the Manhattan Beach Zoning Code and Local Coastal Program to Add a New PS-1 Zoning Classification and Amend the Zoning Map and Coastal Zoning Map to Change the Zoning Classification for Parcels 4179-003-800 ("Former Metlox Property") From CD (Commercial Development) to PS-1 (Public Use)?

Measure A -- Hacienda La Puente Unified School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
To bring all Hacienda La Puente Unified School District schools into compliance with current building safety/health codes, repair/renovate school facilities, build needed classrooms, libraries, and science labs, by funding projects described in the District's bond plan, including asbestos removal, ventilation and fire alarm systems, upgrades, and installation of wiring for technology in classrooms and libraries, shall Hacienda La Puente Unified School District issue $100,000,000 of bonds at interest rates within the legal limit, with annual audits, and qualify for $56,000,000 in state grants?

Measure E -- Wiseburn School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
In order to provide students with facilities required to meet the technology needs and challenges of the twenty-first century, shall the Wiseburn School District be authorized to construct, acquire and improve school facilities, including a new Dana School and a new Cabrillo Elementary School to replace the existing 50-75 year old facilities and to issue $35,000,000 of bonds at an interest rate not to exceed the legal limit?

Measure G -- Glendora Unified School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
To repair, upgrade and make improvements to all Glendora Unified School District schools and qualify for $22 million in State grants, shall Glendora Unified School District repair/replace aging roofs, provide additional computer and science labs, install wiring for technology, repair and upgrade classrooms, restrooms, ventilation systems, bring schools into compliance with current building safety/health codes, acquire and construct classrooms and school facilities by issuing $21 million of bonds at interest rates within legal limits, with annual audits and citizen oversight?

Measure K -- Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
To improve safety and educational facilities in our neighborhood schools by repairing and rehabilitating aging schools, including repairing roofs, upgrading fire alarms, replacing inadequate plumbing and sewer systems, upgrading electrical systems to safely accommodate technology, and renovating classrooms and restrooms by funding only the specific projects included in Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School Districtís facilities bond plan, shall Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District issue $46,000,000 of bonds at interest rates within legal limits, conduct annual audits, and establish an independent citizensí oversight committee?

Measure R -- Rowland Unified School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
To make repairs/upgrades and improvements to all Rowland Unified School District Schools and bring school buildings into compliance with current earthquake building safety/health codes, to acquire/construct classrooms and school facilities, install wiring for technology in classrooms, libraries, repair/upgrade deteriorating plumbing, repair and add restrooms, install fire alarms, construct science labs, shall Rowland Unified School District issue $70 million of bonds at interest rates within legal limits, with annual audits and qualify for $50 million in state grants?

Measure S -- William S. Hart Union High School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
To relieve severe overcrowding by constructing and acquiring additional schools, classrooms and facilities and to rehabilitate aging junior high and high schools, including replacement of inadequate lighting, electrical, ventilation, plumbing systems and roofs, renovating classrooms, libraries, and obtain eligibility for State funding for construction and renovation, shall the William S. Hart Union High School District issue $52 million in bonds at interest rates below legal limits and appoint a Citizens Oversight Committee to guarantee funds are spent only on school improvements?

Measure Y -- Claremont Unified School District (General Obligation Bond Measure)
Shall Claremont Unified School District protect its valuable community assets; repair/rehabilitate each school to meet current health, safety, accessibility/instructional standards; replace aging roofs/deteriorated plumbing; rewire classrooms to access modern computer technology; renovate school facilities/sites, laboratories/restrooms; acquire and construct classrooms and facilities; and construct an additional elementary school for growth, by issuing $48,910,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, with annual audits of expenditures and no proceeds used for salaries?

 
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