Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Eyeing more taxes in Carmel and Salinas

** UPDATE. I stand corrected. The Carmel Unified special meeting is scheduled to take place Thursday, April 19. Thanks to alert reader Marry3000 for the correction.

Administrators with the Carmel Unified School district will host a special meeting THURSDAY to explain how the proceeds from their 2005 bond have been used. They'll also have a cost/benefit analysis of the remaining projects -- some of which are yet to be built. All these eyeing a potential bond to complete some improvements officials still would like to see. And perhaps convince voters their projects are worthwhile.

The special meeting will take place at 4:30 p.m. at the Carmel Middle School library, 4380 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel. While some people seem

I detect increased eagerness from administrators and public officials to ask the voters to tax themselves in benefit of schools and students. Both the Monterey Peninsula Unified and the Salinas Union High school districts are exploring possibilities of tax measures. And there's already signs voters are not excited about the idea.

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