With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Redondo Beach Unified School District's Measure Q has passed.
According to results from the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder, slightly more than 63 percent of voters approve of the $63 million general obligation bond. The bond measure needed 55 percent of ballots cast to pass.
"I'm truly humbled by the voter support," said school board member Laura Emdee during an election-night event at her home.
Measure Q was placed on the November ballot after a unanimous vote of the Redondo Beach Board of Education.
Measure Q will pay for better technology in classrooms in the Redondo Beach Unified School District, as well as the installation of solar panels and other improvements designed to increase energy efficiency for schools.
"By making our schools more energy efficient, the District can use the money saved on utility costs to put back in the classrooms," according to a news release from the district. "If Measure Q does not pass, funds that would otherwise go to classroom instruction will be needed to make utility payments, technology purchases or critical safety repairs."
The measure will cost property owners about $24 per $100,000 of assessed value per year in property taxes.
Editor's note: This story was originally published Tuesday; it has since been updated with election results.