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Bond Facts


What is measure K?

The measure K $45 million general obligation facilities bond was approved by Martinez voters on November 2, 2010:

"To qualify for State grants, install solar energy improvements, provide and upgrade classrooms, rehabilitate infrastructure, improve school grounds, enhance Alhambra's performing arts building, add culinary arts, career and technical education classrooms, and furnish computers and other electronic equipment, shall Martinez Unified School District be authorized to issue up to $45,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with citizens' oversight, independent annual performance and financial audits and no increase in the estimated tax rate."


What will Measure K do for my school site?

Navigate the different pages on the left panel to see which projects will occur at our school site. If there's something you would like to see let us know!


If the state budget and school funding are in trouble, how are we able to fund construction and modernization projects?

Voters approved a school facilities bond in November 2010. By law, a school bond may ONLY be spent on facilities and equipment - not for instructional salaries, textbooks or other operating expenses. We are using these funds to install energy efficient heating and cooling units, new lighting controls, etc. which will save the district money. Those savings can and will be used for instructional salaries and educational programs.

Bond Team

District Contact:
Bruce Leslie
Bond Coordinator
925-335-5931 work
925-335-5961 fax
Helen Rossi, CBO
CJ Cammack, Superintendent 
April Thompson, Bond Account Clerk
Jon Novero,  RGM
Professional Services:
  • Beals Alliance: sports field design
  • Cal Engineering and Geology: soils investigation and design
  • Caldwell Flores & Winters: bond election services
  • Capital Engineering: mechanical engineering and design
  • Catalyst Consulting Group: security and surveillance design
  • Connect 802: wireless network design
  • Dannis Woliver & Kelley: construction law
  • Hibser Yamauchi Architects, Inc.
  • Jack Schreder & Associates: facilities consulting
  • Leptien, Cronin, Cooper, Morris & Poore (LCC Inc.): civil engineering and land surveying
  • O'Mahony & Myer: electrical engineering and lighting design
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliff: bond counsel
  • Quattrocchi Kwok Architects
  • RGM & Associates - program and construction management
  • Sage Renewables - energy consulting
Project Specific Firms:
  • Alhambra Electric, Zieger Engineering - fire alarm @ Adult Ed.
  • AMS.net - Low Voltage-Technology Upgrades @Alhambra HS 
  • Jim Freethy Excavating - hillside stabilization @ Alhambra HS
  • SolarCity - solar installation @ all facilities, except Adult Ed.
  • Syserco - mechanical controls @ Alhambra HS