In a column on the near $1 billion Poway school bond, U-T San Diego columnist Logan Jenkins says: “While no one can say the bond deal was the result of shady backroom dealing, it was not conceived and executed with appropriately hysterical fanfare. By 2011, district bond issuances had become pro forma. This one was incredibly anti forma.”
But he also wrote: “Admit it. You enjoy watching Poway, North County’s school snobs, squirm. Schadenfreude anyone?”
On Monday night, Poway Unified School District their $105 million capital appreciation bond.
A dozen speakers assailed the action, and one said: “I think this board should resign. ... I do not trust you anymore.”