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$650 Million School Bond

$650 Million school bond to come up for vote on June 3.  Share  details and follow the discussion on FCN Yahoo group-https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/fremontcitizensnetwork/info   (click upper right purple button to join with a yahoo account)See More
Apr 8
William (Bill) Spicer replied to FCN Admin's discussion Fremont school officials warn of worse overcrowding if development goes ahead
"Has our City Council failed us?"
Apr 8
William (Bill) Spicer replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"This Bond will cost every property owner $300 - $1100 for the next 38 years With NO SENIOR exemptions. This will cause some Senior Citizens on fixed incomes, to lose there homes. This is a cruel Bond Issue. Please Vote No, for the Seniors "
Apr 8
William (Bill) Spicer replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"I think the present School Bond Issue is unfair to seniors on fixed incomes. There is no exemption for seniors. Quite a few seniors are just verily making it, with the Bond issue raising there house payments significantly, they may be in danger of…"
Apr 8
Murali replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"650M is a WAG. The number is am sure quite inflated. Am sure the FUSD have paid handsomely to a consultant to cook up a number and inflate it by a good 30%. The quality of education is lowered each year, the PTAs are doing more than have signed up…"
Apr 7
FCN Admin replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"The Trouble With Measure E   When the 500 unit residential development at Patterson Ranch in Ardenwood was finally approved in 2010, all of the developers' previous promises of land and an elementary school disappeared, leaving Fremont…"
Apr 7
David Arneson replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
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Apr 7
David Arneson replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
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Apr 7
Kathy McDonald replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"There is a very logical spin to make people accept this bond.  The schools need infinite remediation.  That is obvious to anyone with eyes.  They want people to think of it as if it were for their own homes.   I know I have…"
Apr 7
FCN Admin replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"The link for arguments for and against this bond may be found at:  www.acgov.org/rov/elections/20140603/documents/MeasureEv2.pdf . Early voting and Absentee Ballots will come out on May 5. "
Apr 7
FCN Admin posted a discussion

Some Articles about School Bonds

Aug 2012 - NY Times -- School Pass Debt to Next Generationhttp://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/17/business/schools-pass-debt-to-the-next-generation.html?_r=0 *Nov 2012 - LA Times -- Risky bonds  tie schools to huge debthttp://articles.latimes.com/2012/nov/29/local/la-me-school-bond-20121129 *Feb 2013- New…See More
Mar 28
bbox231 posted a discussion

Proposed increases in crude oil transport over Capitol Corridor

You haven't seen any coverage of this issue by our local reporters.  Fremont has a unique interest in this issue as the Capitol Corridor line traverses a major source of drinking water (the Niles cone).  Your council is silent on this issue to date.…See More
Mar 25
David Arneson replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"I don't care to join Yahoo Groups. I thought this was to be the forum, not some outside site that has to be joined. I spend enough time deleting cookies as it is I also say No to the school bond. We got taken by Ohlone and Washington…"
Mar 2
Charlotte Allen posted a discussion

Sierra Club comments on Warm Springs DEIR

Just a reminder that the deadline for submitting comments on the Warm Springs Community Plan Draft EIR is tomorrow at 5:00PM. You can submit your comments by email to Nancy Huttar, nhutar@fremont.govThe Sierra Club's Southern Alameda County Group has submitted comments. The main points of these comments are:o Adding demand to the local water supply when the water district faces supply cutbacks of 40% requires that new development be mandated to be as close to water neutral as possible.o The…See More
Feb 27
Lois replied to FCN Admin's discussion $650 Million School Bond
"I say NO to any SCHOOL bonds.  I think everyone needs to live within their budget, and that means government too."
Feb 26
FCN Admin posted a discussion

$650 Million School Bond

$650 Million school bond to come up for vote on June 3.  Share  details and follow the discussion on FCN Yahoo group-https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/fremontcitizensnetwork/info   (click upper right purple button to join with a yahoo account)See More
Feb 26
Olive Children posted an event
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Service Learning Essay Contest at Olive Children

February 25, 2014 at 6pm to April 15, 2014 at 6pm
Olive Children Foundation, a non-profit organization founded to prepare our future leaders, is honored to showcase the importance of service learning by sponsoring a Bay Area-wide writing contest. Winners in each age category will receive $500 (first place), $300 (second place) and $200 (third place) cash prizes.To encourage young leaders to donate their time and energy to valuable causes, Olive Children Foundation asks students to write about a challenging, special, and rewarding experience.…See More
Feb 25
bbox231 posted a discussion

Irvington Shopping Center to be re-zoned

http://fremont.patch.com/groups/politics-and-elections/p/help-save-connolly-shopping-center "Pruned"?  What nonesense! The equation is simple - Current owners have been shown how much the land is worth if it is ever re-zoned from commercial to residential. More cookie-cutter tenements masquerading under the heading of "progress".See More
Dec 6, 2013
Kathy McDonald posted an event

FUSD School Board/Fremont CC JOINT Meeting at City Council Chambers - 3300 Capitol Avenue, Fremont, CA 94538

October 7, 2013 from 4pm to 6pm
The City Council and the Fremont Unified School District will hold one of their four regularly scheduled joint session on: DATE &Time:  Monday, October 7, 2013 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.Location:  City Council Chambers - 3300 Capitol Avenue, Fremont, CA 94538KEY Agenda items:• Graffiti Update (held over from previous joint meeting (FUSD & City)• School Safety (City & FUSD)• Unexpectedly HIGH Enrollment numbers and plan for the Warm Springs area (FUSD)• Citywide Development Update (City)•…See More
Oct 2, 2013
FCN Admin posted a discussion

12th ANNUAL MSJ OLIVE FESTIVAL--THIS SATURDAY, 10/5

Everyone's invited to a party in the Mission!celebrate fall at the 12th Annual Olive FestivalAdmission is FREEEvent features fun in the sun (and shade)... LIVE Music, Food, Wine Tasting, Local Craft Beer, Cooking Demos, Kids Games, Prizes, Classic Car Show, Arts & Crafts and a wide variety of Olives and Olive Oils available for purchase. WHEN:  THIS SATURDAY, 10/5--BETWEEN 10am AND 5pm WHERE:  Located behind the Old Mission on the beautiful grounds of the Dominican Sisters of Mission San…See More
Oct 2, 2013
 
 
 

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$650 Million School Bond 10 Replies

Started by FCN Admin in Education & Schools. Last reply by William (Bill) Spicer Apr 8.

Some Articles about School Bonds

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Red Light Camera Program 1 Reply

Started by Roger Jones in City Government & Planning. Last reply by Roger Jones Sep 2, 2013.

Building a new school

Started by SKrish in Education & Schools Aug 17, 2013.

WARM SPRINGS HOMES by Robson, UNFAIR ZONE CHANGES IN PROGRESS!!! 11 Replies

Started by Terry Valencia in City Government & Planning. Last reply by Suresh Konda Jul 24, 2013.

Where did Tri-City Voice go? 1 Reply

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