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El Dorado County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Directory of El Dorado County, CA Measures
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Measure D. Board Member Reduction -- El Dorado County Fire Protection District
14102 / 72.4% Yes votes
5362 / 27.5% No votes
Shall the El Dorado County Fire Protection District reduce the number of its Board Members from seven to five?

Measure H. Vehicle In-Lieu Tax Expenditure -- El Dorado County (Initiative Ordinance)
34316 / 60.8% Yes votes
22121 / 39.1% No votes
Shall Measure H, entitled "An Initiative Ordinance Requiring the Expenditure of at Least One-Half of the 'Vehicle In-Lieu Tax' Revenues Received by the County of El Dorado Annually on Roads, Ways and Highways for Specified Purposes," be adopted?

Measure J. Sales Tax Expenditure for Roads -- El Dorado County
33188 / 58.4% Yes votes
23604 / 41.5% No votes
Shall the County be authorized to use that portion of its sales tax revenues generated by new development to pay for building road capacity improvements to offset the impacts of traffic generated by non-residential development as allowed under Policy of Measure Y, enacted by the voters on November 3, 1998?

Measure K. Bond Debt Approval Requirement -- El Dorado Irrigation District (Advisory Vote Only)
26795 / 71.2% Yes votes
10795 / 28.7% No votes
Shall an advisory vote of approval by the El Dorado Irrigation District ratepayers be required before EID incurs additional bonded indebtedness not secured by land?

Measure R. $215M Bonds -- Los Rios Community College District
25914 / 55.1% Yes votes
21088 / 44.8% No votes
To repair classrooms and facilities throughout Los Rios Community College District (including American River, Cosumnes River, and Sacramento City Colleges), provide up-to-dates facilities for academic/vocational programs including computer science, electronics and biotechnology, upgrade libraries, build and acquire classrooms and facilities to reduce overcrowding and expand course offerings, upgrade electrical systems for technology, and build high-tech training facilities, shall the District Issue $215 million of bonds at the lowest possible interest rate?

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