The Daily Breeze has another article up about the November 8th election, this time going into more detail about the issues facing the incoming Wiseburn School Board.
The west Hawthorne-based system has already rebuilt Anza Elementary from the ground up, and it has plans to rebuild Dana Middle School. But rising construction costs will leave little money to reinvent Cabrillo Elementary.
In addition, local development is expected to create more than 1,300 new addresses in the years ahead, leaving Wiseburn's leaders to decide whether they want to expand enrollment or restrict the number of out-of-district permit students, who now account for about a third of the total population.
And then there's the local campaign to secede from the Centinela Valley Union High School District by adding a high school.
It's all very exciting local politics, and the plans bode well for property values if everything goes as expected.