PALMDALE — Measure PRM, the Palmdale School District’s $120 million bond initiative that would allow it to continue improving its schools, inched over the 55% minimum of votes needed to pass.

Measure PRM had 7,506  yes votes, or 55.67%, and 5,978 no votes, or 44.33%, according to numbers posted, on Friday, by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. The results could change, as another update is expected, today.

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Jimzan 2.0

Schools are on their way out...They should just use the funds to patch what's left of them. At home learning with "Testing Centers" (where no cell phones are allowed) is the future.

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