TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif. - In Tehama County, there are three measures to be decided by voters next Tuesday. One is to bring improvements to Gerber Elementary School.
Measure E will be decided only by people who live within the Gerber Union Elementary School District.
The district has just one school: a kindergarten through eighth school.
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Measure E would allow the district to sell bonds for up to $4 million. That is estimated to bring in about $220,000 each year.
The money would be used primarily to improve student security and safety like a new student pick-up/drop-off area and reconfiguring the campus to include a single point of entry.
The bond money would also allow the district to build new classrooms to replace old portable buildings.
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But voters would be agreeing to a tax of 2.7 cents for every $100 of assessed value. Meaning a $200,000 home would pay $54 a year.
A "yes" vote on Measure E would approve the bond issue.
A "no" vote would reject the measure.
Measure E requires a 55% approval to pass.