Centralia Elementary School District serves students from Buena Park, Anaheim, La Palma and Cypress and is located in Buena Park, CA.
Here is what a school bond means to you:
- Renters will see higher rent as landlords pass on the costs of higher taxes.
- Homeowners will pay more taxes.
- Struggling mom and pop businesses will pay higher rent as landlords pass on the costs of higher taxes.
- Customers will see higher prices as businesses pass on the costs of higher taxes.
- At the end of the day those that can afford it the least get hurt the most.
We all want an effective public education system for our children and support greater funding to get there. Unfortunately, more bonds are not the answer. Bonds do not add teachers, will not reduce class size, and will not guarantee education will be improved.
A bond works like a government credit card with high interest rates and paying off that government credit card requires raising your taxes.
Previous bonds and declining student enrollment has not solved the class size or overcrowding problems. More bond debt is not the answer. Just another tax hike!
Look, we have approved too many school bonds in our area already:
- AUHSD 2002 $132,000,000
- AUHSD 2014 $249,000,000
- NOCCD 2002 $239,000,000
- NOCCD 2014 $574,000,000
- Anaheim Elementary $318,000,000
- Cypress Elementary $53,600,000
- Centralia Elementary $49,000,000
- Magnolia Elementary $16,300,000
- Savanna Elementary $28,750,000
- Statewide school bonds March 2020 $15 billion!
West Orange County Taxpayers Association
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