Voters Approve Selling Bonds to Borrow Huge Amounts of Money for Construction in Four Educational Districts that Use Project Labor Agreements

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All four of these school districts require contractors to sign Project Labor Agreements, and the San Diego Unified School District has already approved a resolution requiring contractors to sign a Project Labor Agreement for certain future construction funded by Proposition Z.

  • At the Sacramento City Unified School District, 69% of voters approved Measure Q and 67% of voters approved Measure R. These authorize the school board to borrow $414 million through bond sales for construction.
  • At the Solano Community College District, 62% of voters approved Measure Q. This authorizes the governing board to borrow $348 million through bond sales for construction.
  • At the West Contra Costa Unified School District, 63% of voters approved Measure E. This authorizes the school board to borrow $360 million through bond sales for construction.
  • At the San Diego Unified School District, 60% of voters approved Proposition Z.  This authorizes the school board to borrow $2.8 billion through bond sales for construction.

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