Voters in the Arrowhead Union High School District on Tuesday passed an $8.5 million referendum that will help the district address its highest prioritized needs of technology, facility and site infrastructure improvements.
Voters narrowly approved the referendum with 50.2% of the vote (11,511 votes), while 49.8% (11,442) were against it, according to unofficial results.
The referendum will provide $1.7 million per year for five years totaling $8.5 million to replace the oldest, leaking areas of roofing; replace and repair the most aging air handling units for heating and air conditioning; update technology infrastructure for safety and up-to-date usage; update or repair building structures; repair or replace parking lots/roadways and improve stormwater management systems, according to the district.
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