The San Diego Unified School District Board of Education voted to place a $2.1 billion general obligation bond measure before voters in November.

The district, which serves about 135,000 students, will use the bonds to supplement a $1.5 billion GO-backed capital campaign approved by voters in 1998. The district plans six issues over the next 10 years, keeping property taxes unchanged from the levels approved under the 1998 referendum by issuing new GOs as old bonds are paid off, district spokesman Jack Brandais said.

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