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  • Tuesday, July 19, 2016

     

    OUSD will vote on Bonds Thursday


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    The Fourth time the charm????

    OUSD Board to vote on 3 facility Bond proposals for November ballot this Thursday

    After an extended community outreach, study and polling period, the Orange Unified School Board of Trustees at their July 21, 2016 meeting will be voting on three 2016 Bond proposals to be placed on the November 2016 ballot.
    The five Agenda Items dealing with the 2016 Bonds are Action Items A-E, agenda pages 2-56.

    The proposals include a district-wide bond to cover the four comprehensive high schools for up to $288,000,000 and two bonds that break the district up into two School Facility Improvement Districts ( each with two of the four OUSD high schools). The individual district bonds would each be for half the total of a district-wide bond-$144,000,000.

    If the District-wide Bond is approved then passed by voters, it would nullify the two School Facility Improvement Districts if they are approved then passed by voters.

    Polling released at the last OUSD Meeting earlier this month showed the School Facility Improvement Districts would have a harder time passing than a district-wide bond.

    The OUSD Administration and community support groups have applied lessons learned from other Bond defeats toward this fourth try at improving the aging Orange Unified facilities. Those lessons include extensive community outreach and engagement leading up to approving a Bond for the November 2016 Presidential election.

    The OUSD Bonds carry an assessment of $29 a year per $100,000 of assessed value- the value on the tax rolls- not “resale” value. If the house were on the tax rolls for $300,000 the yearly Bond assessment would be $87 (3 x $29 )- NOT the tax on the resale value of $500,000 (5 x $29).


    INSIDE the July 21 OUSD Agenda
     Orange Trustee Mark Wayland will be “teleconferencing” from the lobby of the Hampton Inn in Lehighton, PA requiring all votes to be by roll call.
    Information Items 13 A and B (pages 57 and 96) - results of the June 7th Election
    On the June 7, 2016 Measure G for Term Limits for Orange Unified School Board

    Members overwhelmingly passed. The first reading of revising the OUSD Bylaws of the Board to reflect the new changes will also take place.

    The new term limits limit OUSD Board members to 3 four year terms. While the terms do not have to be consecutive, the limit is a lifetime limit of three total.
    Consent Item 14 F page 110-Peralta Property Lease Extensions
    This item extends the lease for Oliver Crest Academy, Tennis Specialists and Arena Soccer for an additional year a the former Peralta School Site. The golfing section under Drotter LLC. Continues as a month-to-month agreement. 
    NEXT OUSD SPECIAL BOARD MEETING July 21, 2016
    Next OUSD Board Meeting -OUSD BOARD ROOM
    CLOSED SESSION- 6:30 pm
    OUSD Open Session: 7:00 pm
    For AGENDA-CLICK ON: OUSD AGENDA


    For more information call the OUSD Superintendent’s office at 714-628-4040
    For budgeting questions call Business Services at 714-628-4015

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