Bond Proposal 2018
Lake Orion Community Schools Bond Proposal passes on Nov. 6, 2018 ballot
The Lake Orion Community Schools voters passed the $160 million Bond Proposal on the November 6, 2018 ballot.
According to the Oakland County Elections Division, of the 21,923 votes cast in the Bond Proposal election, 12,137 voters (55.36%) voted in favor of the $160 million Bond Proposal.
The turnout was significantly higher than the 8,482 who voted on the last LOCS Bond Proposal in 2013.
Tuesday’s election was the district’s first successful bond election since 2002. Voters also approved a sinking fund proposal in 2016.
“A huge and sincere thank you on behalf of all students and staff members for recognizing the importance of the Bond Proposal,” said Marion Ginopolis, Lake Orion Community Schools Superintendent. “We look forward to sharing the projects as they unfold.”
This Bond Proposal is a 10-year plan to be sold in three series, covering nearly all aspects and facilities in the district.
Full press release (11/6/18)
- Ballot explanation
- Bond vs. Sinking Fund
- Campaign Do's and Don'ts
- Editorial submitted to LO Review for 9/26/18 issue
- Editorial submitted LO Review for 10/13/18 issue
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Debt history
- Debt structure
- Fact sheet/Projects summary
- Individual Projects Summary
- Presentation Powerpoint
- Press release announcement
- Treasury Application