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April 25, 2014 6:48 PM

San Luis Coastal district eyes property tax to pay for campus upgrades

While elementary and middle schools benefited from a $100 million bond passed by voters 23 years ago that took care of structural upgrades, San Luis Obispo High School and Morro Bay High School are a different story.

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