A community college on the Central Coast will ask voters for help this November in raising millions for campus improvements.
Cuesta College trustees decided this week to put a $275 million dollar bond measure on the ballot.
If voters in the college district approve the plan, it would allow upgrades to existing buildings, the addition of new facilities, technological upgrades, and the retirement of some debt.
The district includes San Luis Obispo County, and part of southern Monterey County.
If the plan gets the 55% yes vote it needs for passage, property owners would pay a little more than $19 per $100,000 of assessed valuation annually.