Due in part to Shoreline Unified School District’s recently improved credit rating, taxpayers in the district will save more than $2 million in interest on Measure I, a $19.5 million bond approved by voters last November. 

The district estimates that the cost to taxpayers for each dollar borrowed under the measure will be less . . .

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