The Facts About Measure O


A History of Fiscal Responsibility

  • In 1969, a bond of $18,500,000 was passed

  • In 2001, RUSD voters approved Measure B ($175 million), which made local funds available to revitalize our schools

  • RUSD leveraged more than $170 million in state matching funds—nearly doubling taxpayers’ return on investment

  • The Citizens’ Oversight Committee consistently confirmed Measure B projects as completed on time and under budget, and that funds were judiciously spent

Existing Tax Rates for Voter-Approved General Obligation Bonds

 

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30%

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10%

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