Voters will soon decide whether to increase taxes on improvements to buildings within the Los Angeles Unified School District, including apartments.

On the June 4 ballot is Measure EE, which would levy a parcel tax of 16 cents per square foot of building improvements annually for 12 years. If approved, the measure is expected to raise $500 million per year for L.A. Unified, which is the nation’s second largest school district.

The district’s Board of Education called for a special election to place the measure before voters. The district says the parcel tax would allow for improvements such as …

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