The Banning USD Board of Trustees placed Measure M on the November 8, 2016 Presidential General Election ballot. The Measure was approved, making $25.5 million available, through the sale of general obligation bonds, to fund the construction of Career Technical Education (CTE) classrooms and learning spaces, a Performing Arts (PA) building, and security improvements at Banning High School.
Measure M will allow the District to continue improvements of our facilities, giving our students increasingly better opportunities. Our thanks to the local community for voicing your support of these plans to give our students a greater experience and the additional career pathways they deserve.
BANNING UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND MEASURE "M" ADOPTED BY THE CITIZENS OF BANNING, NOVEMBER 8, 2016. BALLOT WORDING:
To repair, construct, acquire, and equip classrooms and other educational facilities, including career technical education; and to reduce borrowing costs, shall$25.5 million of Banning Unified School District bonds, previously approved by voters in November 2006, be reauthorized through the issuance of new bonds, with no increase in total authorized District debt, rates below legal limits, no funds for administrator salaries, independent citizen oversight, annual audits, all funds spent on local schools and not taken by the State?
The Citizens' Oversight
Committee ("COC") consists of seven (7) appointed members. Its principal
purpose is the responsibility to inform the public concerning the
expenditure of Measure M bond revenues by the Banning Unified School
District ("District"). The District is currently receiving applications for one vacancy in February 2019. The current members are: