The Seaside School Board agreed Tuesday to send a $128 million bond measure to voters in November.
The Seaside Signal reports that the proposed measure would combine the district’s four schools into a single campus at a 50-acre site currently owned by the Weyerhaeuser Corporation.
If approved, property owners would see taxes that support the district increase by $2.16 per $1,000 assessed valuation.
School board members said the move will get children out of the tsunami inundation zone. The bond measure will also fund technology and curriculum upgrades.