In Alpine County, a total of $221,405 was taken from school-allocated property taxes to pay State obligations in 2010-2011. $139,170 was redirected to satisfy the State's VLF backfill obligation. $82,235 was redirected to pay for the State's Economic Recovery Bonds.
Source: State Controller's Office, Local Government Reporting Section. (City and county detail shown in the reports, totals upon request from the SCO.)
Alpine County schools did not receive $90,345 of their base state funding until after the 2010-11 school year was over. The delayed payments grew to $171,309 for the 2011-12 school year, before declining (thanks to Prop 30) to $132,057 in June 2013.
Source: Funding Excel Files - Second Principal Apportionment from the California Dept. of Education.
Alpine County K-12 school districts will see a minimum of $133,063 still owed to them at the end of this school year (June 2014). Over $180,000 will have been taken out of schools' local property taxes to fund the state's debts. In the most recent available data (2011-12), $188,708 was taken out, $132,852 for the VLF "Swap" and $55,856 to pay for the 2004 Economic Recovery Bonds.
Sources: State Controller's Office, Local Government Reporting Section. (City and county detail shown in the reports, totals upon request from the SCO.) California Department of Education, First Principal Apportionment.