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As a resident of San Clemente for more than 55 years, it continues to be my privilege to help maintain the highest quality of education for our youth by voting for school bonds.

My sons received an excellent education at San Clemente High School many years ago, and it behooves us to maintain the buildings that have aged. No one would think that if he buys a house, that will be the end of any cost for repairing or upgrading. Conversely, every building needs its constant repair to keep it safe and productive.  

We are fortunate in San Clemente to have an outstanding public school system, which tries to meet the educational needs of each student. It is our duty, as citizens, to help the school district do this by passing the upcoming school bond.

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