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Thank You, Coronado Voters, for the Solid Defeat of the Prop E Property Tax Hike

Thank you, Coronado Voters, for the Solid Defeat of the Prop E Property Tax Hike In yesterday’s primary election, Coronado voters brought about the solid defeat of the Prop E property tax hike. Around 60% of Coronado voters voted NO

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Judge Ended Lawsuit Against CUSD on a Technicality, Vote NO on Prop E

Judge Believes CUSD Doesn’t Have Bank Statements Yep.  The Judge bought CUSD’s claim that CUSD doesn’t have bank statements. In no way does the Judge’s decision “exonerate” CUSD . . . as the superintendent melodramatically trumpeted on eCoronado today. CUSD

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Posted in Articles, Lawsuit Against CUSD, School Pool Boondoggle

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

$200+ Million Is CUSD’s Current Debt, Vote NO on Prop E

CUSD Made It Difficult, But Not Impossible, For Us to Track Their Debts CUSD is hiding public information about public finances. Click here to read our prior article about that. In other words, CUSD isn’t being open, honest and transparent with

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Posted in Articles, Bond Underwriters to Reap Big Profts

15 Problems with Prop E, CUSD’s Numbers Don’t Add Up, Vote NO on Prop E

Prop E is a Another Financial Fiasco It’s important for voters to know that San Diego County Taxpayers Association (SDCTPA) passed on Prop E for very good reasons. SDCTPA found 15 problems with Prop E!  Prop E failed to meet

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