Alameda County $90 million bond on the November ballot

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#castrovalley#news#fyi – Alameda County supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved putting a $90 million bond on the November ballot in the county’s unincorporated area to replace and upgrade fire stations.

The 31-year general obligation bond would levy 1.6 cents per $100 of a property’s assessed value – costing the owner of a $400,000 home $64 annually.

Among stations that could get replaced is the one at 20336 San Miguel Ave. in Castro Valley, built in 1966, and another at 1617 College Ave. in Livermore, constructed in 1949.

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