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DP logoCraig Alexander, Dana Point

If it passes, Measure M, the $889 million bond tax by Capistrano Unified School District, will add approximately $300 to $600-plus per year for 35 years to everyone’s real and unsecured (boat owners please take note) property tax bills. With interest, Measure M will cost South County property owners about $1,800,000,000. (that is billion with a B). Residential and commercial renters—your rent will likely go up as the cost of this bond tax will be passed onto you. This is a very long-term decision that will affect our pocketbooks for many years to come. Is a yes or a no vote the right decision?

Before you decide whether to vote yes or no to increase your taxes for the next 35 years – get the facts about Measure M.  Go to www.therealCUSD.com.

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