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Tam district mulls reduced $440-milbond measure for November election

After its $517-million facilities bond measure was narrowly rejected at the polls in March, the Tamalpais Union High School District is eyeing a lower-cost option for the November ballot.


The district is exploring a $440-million bond officials say still addresses the most important infrastructure upgrades while reducing the scope of one of the most criticized elements of the previous bond measure, a planned $107-million new cafeteria, two-story art building and music building at Redwood High School.


District board members on April 30 directed staff to work with consultant Godbe Research to poll potential voters on the lower-cost option over the next month and bring those results to the board’s May 28 meeting. The board has until Aug. 9 to decide whether to place a measure on the Nov. 5 ballot.

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