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Monrovia Schools $75 Million Bond Measure Appears to Have Passed

It appears Measure MM, the Monrovia Schools' $75 million bond measure, has passed with 60% of the vote, giving it a comfortable margin of 5%. The measure needed a minimum of 55% to pass. Although the election results will not be certified until December 5, and could theoretically change, after today changes are likely to be minimal, according to City Clerk Alice Atkins, who has run many elections for the city.

- Brad Haugaard


  1. Why are the majority of Monrovians so willing to increase their taxes (specially with inflation increasing, and a looming recession)?

    1. Because good schools produce good people who are better able to contribute to the overall economy, and good schools contribute to higher property values and draw younger families to our community.