Local school bonds passing

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Bond measures for two local school districts appeared to pass in unofficial results Wednesday.

With all 21 precincts in the Old Adobe Union School District reporting, Measure L was passing with 60 percent of the vote.

Measure I had 60 percent of the vote in the Shoreline Unified School District with all 11 precincts reporting.

School bonds require 55 percent to pass.

Measure L, a $38.5 million bond, will be used to upgrade the five elementary campuses of the Old Adobe district in east Petaluma.

Measure I asked voters to issue $19.5 million in bonds to repair Tomales High School and other schools in the district west of Petaluma beset by corrosive ocean air.

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