Following is a Facebook post from Senator Pat Bates.
Last November, California’s voters authorized the state to sell $9 billion in school construction bonds (Prop. 51). However, the state has only authorized $400 million in 2017. That’s less than 5 percent of what voters approved and is woefully inadequate.
Some of the projects waiting for funds in Orange and San Diego counties date back to 2013. Further delays would mean that some of these projects may not begin for a few more years.
I stand with school officials, teachers and parents throughout the state in asking the Governor’s administration to act with more urgency in regards to these bonds. Click on the link below to learn more.
Voters approved Proposition 51 last November, authorizing the state to sell $9 billion in school construction bonds. However, the state has only authorized a bond sale for about $400 million in 2017. School officials will rally at the state…