From The Fresno Bee: Clovis (Calif.) Unified School District trustees have agreed to put a $298 million bond measure on the ballot next year. The election will be in February or June 2012. District officials will know by early September when the election will be held. If it passes, 80 percent of the money will pay to repair many of the district's aging schools and facilities. The district also is targeting improvements for its vocational programs and classrooms. The bond would pay design costs of a new educational complex and construction of a new elementary school.