Category Archives: General Obligation Bond

Prospecting for School Districts with Debt Capacity

As Iowa City Community School District’s (ICCSD’s) stakeholders watch to determine whether its bond ballot referendum for $191.525 million (plus interest) will pass or fail on September 12th, there is an interesting discussion in some of the comments sections of … Continue reading

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Promises About How Little a $191.525 Million Dollar School Bond Referendum (With Interest)Will Cost–Don’t Count On Them

Below is what the Iowa City Press Citizen reported about Iowa City Community School District’s (ICCSD’s) proposed $39 million dollar bond referendum in February of 2003. That bond referendum subsequently passed under a former superintendent. The district’s current tax levy … Continue reading

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ICCSD’s General Obligation Bond Myth

The following rumor about Iowa City Community School District’s proposed upcoming general obligation bond vote is simply false. Myth:  If voters in the Iowa City Community School District pass a general obligation bond this fall, it will restore and save … Continue reading

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