Plus the cost of putting this bond
measure on the ballot is between $256,690 and $385,035 from the general fund
that is used for education purposes
The WCCUSD is already 48 million dollars in debt. We must defeat this school bond measure, we the property owners-taxpayers have NO MORE TO GIVE! WE ALREADY PAY TAXES ON 8 DISTRICT MEASURES OF THE PAST! LOOK AT YOUR PROPERTY TAX BILL FOR THIS YEAR!
Vote NO on more WCCUSD bonds! According to the most recent WCCUSD bond oversight report available online (2017), here are some interesting facts:
The 2010 Measure E bond won't pay off until 2060!
The 2012 Measure D won't pay off until 2060!
This means that you will be assessed for repayment of those bonds on your property tax bill for another 40 YEARS! Don't believe me? Look it up for yourself - see page 15