In June, the Princeton Unified School District passed Measure S, providing $2.75 million in general obligation bonds to address the needs of student population through modernization and renovation projects within the district.
Glenn and Colusa County property owners within the Princeton Unified School District are expected to pay an estimated $31 per $100,000 of assessed valuation per year.
At the Princeton Unified School District will begin with its projects within the next several months starting with the renovation of the science building, improving student access to computers and modern technology and a complete modernization of outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities.
In November, the Colusa Unified School District passed Measure A, providing $5.9 million in general obligation bonds to improve the student skills by repairing leaky roofs, repairing deteriorating restrooms, updating dilapidated plumbing, upgrading current heating and air conditioning systems, and providing updated electrical to classrooms, and other facilities. Additionally the district hopes to make security improvements by upgrading fire alarms, security systems and overall improving school safety.
Colusa property owners within the Colusa Unified School District are expected are expected to pay an estimated $47.55 per $100,000 of assessed valuation per year.
The Colusa Unified School District has begun seeking candidates for an oversight committee to help oversee the usage of the funds.