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CUSD Sued in Court for Hiding Its Bank Statements, Vote NO on Prop E

Timing of the Court Case Around the Summer of 2013 . . .  long before Coronado voters knew that CUSD was going to try to raise our property taxes through the three Prop E school bonds series . . .

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Posted in Articles, Lawsuit Against CUSD

CUSD Refuses to Open Its Books & BANK STATEMENTS, Vote NO on the Prop E Tax Hike Scam on June 3

CUSD is Fighting Hard Against Opening Its Books & Won’t Release Its BANK STATEMENTS In court on May 9, CUSD’s lawyer Kelly Owens and CUSD’s assistant superintendent for business services (CUSD finances) Keith Butler said that they want to continue

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Prop E Supporters Refuse to Accept Reality of ENORMOUS Costs of Prop E, Don’t Drink the CUSD Kool-Aid, Vote NO on Prop E

To Laugh or to Cry . . . That is the Question It’s difficult to know whether to laugh or cry at the things Prop E supporters write online. To read our prior article Prop E Supporters Have It All

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Posted in Articles, School Pool Boondoggle, Silly Pro-Prop E Campaign Promises

Prop E Supporters Seriously Underestimate the Cost and Duration of Prop E Bond Debt Repayment, Vote NO on Prop E

The Internet Is the Scene of The Crime Where Prop E Supporters Seriously Underestimate the COST & DURATION of Prop E Bond Debt Repayment Social media is a double-edged sword. The internet makes it easier to spread important information. Unfortunately,

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Posted in Articles, Silly Pro-Prop E Campaign Promises

CUSD Trustee Failed to Answer Questions About Who’s Contributing to CUSD’s Bond Campaign, Vote NO on Prop E

CUSD Fails at Transparency We know why, as a rule, CUSD fails at transparency. Because if voters knew the true facts about Prop E, they would vote NO. To read our prior article about how CUSD superintendent Jeff Felix failed

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Posted in Articles, Bond Underwriters to Reap Big Profts

Top 10 Reasons to Vote NO on Prop E on June 3

Coronado Taxpayers Association for Excellence in Public Education Endorses NO Vote on Prop E The members of the Coronado Taxpayers Association for Excellence in Public Education unanimously endorse a NO vote on Prop E on June 3 against the $29

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Posted in Articles, Ballot Pamphlet Materials, Endorsements, Lawsuit Against CUSD, School Pool Boondoggle

CUSD Received a $3.2 Million INCREASE in Total Funding in 2013, CUSD Lied About Decreased Funding, Vote NO on Prop E

CUSD Received a $3.2 Million INCREASE in Total Funding in 2013 – District Audit Proves CUSD Lied About Receiving Decreased Funding Are you surprised that CUSD, the same entity that lied about the School Pool, also lied about how much

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Five Reasons to Vote NO on Prop E on June 3

Del Mar Had 5 Reasons to Vote NO on a School Bond and They Did Click here to read the Del Mar Times article 5 Reasons to Oppose the School Bond. Click here to read our prior article on the

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Del Mar Voted NO on School Bond in 2012, Vote NO on Prop E on June 3

San Diego Is the Wrong Comparison You have to be amused by CUSD. When you’re an affluent, small school district like CUSD, but you’re trying to make the ridiculous argument that you’re poor because you aren’t getting the State Aid

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Superintendent’s LEGAL DISCLAIMER Proves CUSD Can’t Guarantee School Bond Cost or Duration, Vote NO on Prop E

Untitled & Extensive Legal Disclaimer is Key Click here to read all 11 pages of your Prop E ballot pamphlet materials. On page PR-1301-3, the third page, you will find CUSD superintendent Jeff Felix’s untitled, but extensive, LEGAL DISCLAIMER in the Tax

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