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- Measure A.
Competitive Bidding for Contracts
-- City of Fresno
59.7% Yes votes
40.3% No votes
- Shall the Charter be amended to provide for advertised competitive bidding for contracts involving City funds exceeding $100,000, exceptions to competitive bidding, a definition of public work of improvement, a design build process, a method for determining the lowest bid when alternative bid forms or additive/deductive items are used, exemption from application of California Public Contract Code, and procurement requirements.
- Measure C.
Reedley General Plan Amendment -Wal-Mart/Otani Project
-- City of Reedley
49.6% Yes votes
50.4% No votes
- Proposed City of Reedley Measure C (General Plan Amendment No. 99-01 for the Wal-Mart/Otani Project)
- Measure D.
Reedley Zone Change Wal-Mart/Otani Project
-- City of Reedley
49.0% Yes votes
51.0% No votes
- Proposed City of Reedley Measure D (Change of Zone No. 289 for the Wal-Mart/Otani Project)
- Measure E.
Fresno Zoo Sales Tax
-- Fresno County
56.5% Yes votes
43.5% No votes
- Shall ordinance No. 2000-01 of the Fresno County Zoo Authority be approved to provide additional funding for the support of zoos, zoological facilities, and related zoological purposes within Fresno County by imposing a transactions and use tax at the rate of one-tenth of one percent for a period of 7 years?
- Measure H.
Sierra Kings District Hospital Bond Measure
-- Sierra Kings Health Care District
78.7% Yes votes
21.3% No votes
- To expand the emergency room to meet increasing patient demands, to improve and maintain inpatient hospital services, upgrade radiology equipment, expand the Birthing Center, and comply with required earthquake safety codes to avoid closure, shall the Sierra Kings Health Care District issue $6,000,000 of bonds, at legal interest rates, to finance capital improvements to Sierra Kings District Hospital facilities?"
- Measure K.
Kings Canyon Joint Unified School District Bond Measure
-- Kings Canyon Unified School District
65.9% Yes votes
34.1% No votes
- To relieve overcrowding in our schools by acquiring property, building, furnishing, and equipping: a high school in Orange Cove; a small high school in Dunlap, and; a food service preparation facility at the District Operations site; shall Kings Canyon Joint Unified School District, serving our communities' children, issue $18 million of bonds for the above purposes, at legal interest rates, with taxpayer safeguards, citizen oversight, and annual independent audits?
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