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Alameda’s Measure H: Now with two-thirds of vote

To repeat, the vote count now puts Measure H, the school parcel tax, well into passing territory—by 105 votes. Superblogger Lauren Do has a roundup of the latest news coverage over at Blogging Bayport. And I am looking forward to walking over to the school yard and smiling and high-fiving with some of the the parents who worked so hard to pass this tax. Because four million dollars a year for four years will, no matter what the naysayers say (and say it they do), make a big difference for the students of our district as well as for our town as a whole.

epearlman

  • http://www.accountingtips4you.com Mike Harmon

    Thanks for posting the article, was certainly a great read!

  • http://www.myspace.com/leschan Les Chan

    I am so happy for the kids in our public schools!!
    At least we have some breathing room and can make the appropriate plans for the next 4 years.

    Thanks Eve!

    Les Chan