Along with the myriad candidates seeking office at local school boards, two school districts want voters to approve bonds for infrastructure and technology upgrades.
Measure G will ask voters of PG Unified to let them issue $27.8 million in short term bonds.
Measure H will benefit North Monterey County Unified, which for years has decried the poor shape of some of its buildings. That bond would be $23.8 million.
Measure H campaign folks will host an information session at 5:45 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 16, at La Scoula Building, 10700 Merrit St., Castroville. For more information, contact Lori Miranda, the campaign's chair, at 831-235-3842.