Not Satisfied With Prop 30 Tax, PGUSD Recounts Measure A

How many more stadiums and parking lots do they really need?

The voters that favor more taxes for schools must be either parents of school aged kids or retired teachers. As P.G. turns more into a retirement village or vacation home town there are fewer of the former and not enough of the latter to make up for them..

The measure, which called for a $65 annual parcel tax, had 6,103 yes votes (66.37 percent) and 3,092 no votes (33.63 percent) according to the Monterey County Elections Office.

Not Satisfied With Prop 30 Tax, PGUSD Recounts Measure A

Union Loses Out, Sues. Nothing New

Breaker Stadium 6 Million

Carpenters Union – Lost 51% if certification elections in 2006.

In a suit filed Aug. 5, Carpenters Local Union 605 contends DMC Construction — the firm hired by PGUSD for the stadium redo — did not show proof that a portion of its subcontractors for the project are disabled veterans, which is required by the state.

DMC general manager Mark Lord said Thursday there had been a clerical error in DMC’s paperwork for the bid, but that matter had been resolved.

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Union Loses Out, Sues. Nothing New