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San Mateo County, CA June 5, 2001 Election
Directory of San Mateo County, CA Measures
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Measure A. High School Modernization -- Sequoia Union High School District (Bond Measure - 2/3 Approval Required)
To complete modernization of local high schools approved by voters in 1996, shall Sequoia Union High School District issue $88,000,000 of bonds at interest rates within the legal limit for real property improvements and acquisitions including: to accommodate enrollment growth and evolving needs such as smaller high schools; repairing deteriorating restrooms, electrical, plumbing and other systems; removing asbestos; earthquake safety improvements; and building classrooms, science labs, technology/vocational training facilities; parent/student centers, and athletic and performing arts centers?

Measure B. Improvement of Academic Programs -- Belmont-Redwood Shores School District (Special Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
To improve academic performance, attract qualified teachers, improve/maintain instructional programs/technology/classrooms, shall Belmont-Redwood Shores School District impose a qualified special tax of $184/year/taxable parcel (with exemptions for parcels owned/occupied by persons 65 years of age or older upon application) for ten years, at a rate of $92 on July 1, 2001, and $184 by July 1, 2002, adjusted annually by CPI, and shall the District's appropriations limit be raised by such amount each year?

Measure C. Millbrae Community Library -- City of Millbrae (Bond Measure - 2/3 Approval Required)
To qualify for State or other library matching funds, provide space for more books, periodicals, reference materials, update wiring for computers/technology, expand children's study/reading areas, increase computer terminals, ensure earthquake safety, provide adequate seating and lighting, shall the City issue $10.6 million of bonds at tax-exempt interest rates to build a new Millbrae Community Library and related improvements, subject to guaranteed annual audits, a citizen's oversight committee, and no money for administrators' salaries?

Measure D. Library/Community Center Construction -- City of San Bruno (Bond Measure - 2/3 Approval Required)
To provide space for children's programs and materials, full access for seniors and the disabled, expanded space for books and computers for public use, local history displays, community meeting rooms, and sufficient parking, while coordinating with local schools to provide educational opportunities, shall the City issue general obligation bonds to construct a Library/Community Center in an amount not to exceed $14 million, with fiscal accountability per law and input from a citizens advisory committee?

Measure E. Height Limit for Construction on Former Navy Site Property -- City of San Bruno (Initiative Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
To provide affordable senior housing, quality restaurant and hotel space, parks, transportation improvements, and removal of existing toxics at no cost to taxpayers, shall the height limit on the 20-acre Navy site across from Tanforan on El Camino Real be set at seven stories (90 feet) for hotel space, six stories (75 feet) for senior housing, five stories (70 feet) for apartments and offices, 35 feet for parking structure, complying with city development requirements?

Measure F. Municipal Services and Capital Improvements Levy -- Town of Atherton (Special Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
Shall an ordinance entitled "An Ordinance of the Town of Atherton Authorizing the Levy of a Special Tax for Municipal Services and Capital Improvements and for the Expenditure of Funds Derived from such Tax," and numbered 520 be adopted?

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