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November 6, 2001 Election

County Results as of Nov 8 3:01pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (4/4)

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  • School

    Governing Board Member; Shoreline Joint Unified School District; Trustee Area 1 (2 Elected)

    • Jim Love
      582 votes 33.22%
    • Augusto F. Conde
      464 votes 26.48%
    • Timothy J. Kehoe
      448 votes 25.57%
    • Phil Torres
      254 votes 14.50%

    Special District

    Director; Camp Meeker Recreation and Park District (3 Elected)

    • Gary Helfrich
      129 votes 25.5%
    • Cheryl Martinsen
      124 votes 24.6%
    • Fred Meyer
      120 votes 23.8%
    • Amy Lemmer
      87 votes 17.2%

    Director; Monte Rio Recreation and Park District; 4 Year Term (2 Elected)

    • Dan Perdios
      181 votes 38.6%
    • Suzi Schaffert
      149 votes 31.8%
    • Jay Steele
      110 votes 23.5%

    Director; Monte Rio Recreation and Park District; Unexpired Short Term

    • Gregory Haas
      133 votes 53.2%
    • Zelda Michaels
      78 votes 31.2%
    • Glen Wiseman
      39 votes 15.6%

    Director; North Marin Water District; Area 7 (2 Elected)

    • George Amaroli
      8396 votes 43.01%
    • John C. Schoonover
      7973 votes 40.84%
    • John E. Eyler
      3111 votes 15.94%

    Director; Timber Cove County Water District; Area 9 (3 Elected)

    • John Sperry
      46 votes 28.4%
    • Edward "Ted" Ochsner
      41 votes 25.3%
    • Jim Donnelly
      38 votes 23.5%
    • Timothy H. McKusick
      13 votes 8.0%

    Local Measures

    Measure E School Bond -- Forestville Union School District
    1,041 / 71.1% Yes votes ...... 423 / 28.9% No votes
    To provide funding needed for improvements to school buildings and grounds, including replacement of aging portables with new permanent classrooms, expansion of school library facilities, renovation of existing classrooms and renovation and/or construction of new facilities, and student and campus safety improvements; to qualify for any State matching grants; and for acquisition of interests in land; shall the Forestville Union School District be authorized to issueup to $5,100,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit?

    Measure F Appropriations Limit Renewal -- Occidental Community Services District
    642 / 94.0% Yes votes ...... 41 / 6.0% No votes
    In 1997 the voters approved an increase in the District spending limit (Ordinance No. 5-R) which allowed special tax funds to be spend on fire and emergency medical services; should this spending limit be renewed for another four years to allow the District to continue to spend the approved special tax funds for your local fire and emergency medical services?

    Measure G Proposed Formation -- North Sonoma County Hospital District
    10,057 / 86.4% Yes votes ...... 1,581 / 13.6% No votes
    Shall the order adopted on August 1, 2001, by the Local Agency Formation Commission of Sonoma County ordering the formation of the North Sonoma County Hospital District be approved, subject to the terms and conditions specified in the order, including the establishment of an appropriations limit for the District of $10,000,000.00, and contingent upon the concurrent passage of a special tax through two-thirds voter approval as set forth in this ballot as Measure H?

    Measure H Bonds -- North Sonoma County Hospital District
    9,811 / 84.4% Yes votes ...... 1,808 / 15.6% No votes
    In order to repay outstanding hospital indebtedness and to defray ongoing general operation and capital improvement expenses of the North Sonoma County Hospital District shall the District be authorized to impose and levy a special tax of up to a maximum of $85 per parcel for each year beginning July 1, 2002?

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