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

http://ameliaclaire.com/809-cs67571-banana-jones-speelautomaat.html 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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Ballot Pamphlet Materials Prove Prop E is Too Risky & Expensive, Vote NO on Prop E

minutos dating de sant vicenç de castellet Read All 11 Pages of Ballot Materials The San Diego Registrar of Voters published the complete Prop E materials on their website. Click here to read all eleven pages of Prop E ballot materials. Click here to read our prior

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How to Read Your Ballot Pamphlet to Understand What Prop E Really Means, Vote NO on Prop E

CUSD Made it Difficult, But Not Impossible, To Understand What Prop E Means Like other school districts seeking additional property tax hikes through additional school bonds, Coronado Unified School District (CUSD) has hidden a lot of important information from voters.

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