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- Measure A.
Special Parcel Tax Assessment for Educational Programs and Services
-- Kentfield School District
67.37% Yes votes
32.63% No votes
- To maintain excellence in Kentfield's public education
superior academic core programs, attracting/retaining
teachers, maintaining small class sizes, and
programs, shall Kentfield School District levy parcel
replace existing assessments, at $550 per year for
one single-family residence, at rates specified in the
for all other parcels, increase rates by 5% per year,
exemptions, and implement an annual financial audit,
for seven years?
- Measure B.
Replacement of Existing Fire Station and Former Police Building
-- City of Sausalito
(Advisory Vote Only)
33.63% Yes votes
66.37% No votes
- Shall the City of Sausalito be authorized to replace the
station and former police building with a new combined
Building, a part of which will be located on Caledonia
consistent with the Design Review approved by the
on August 8, 2001?
- Measure C.
Special Per Annum Tax
-- Novato Fire District
71.95% Yes votes
28.05% No votes
- Shall the Novato Fire District Ordinance No. 91-1 by which the voters
approved a special tax to provide paramedic/ambulance services and
fire suppression and prevention services in the District be amended to
permit increases up to $.02 additional tax on residential structures,
up to $.03 additional tax on commercial/industrial structures, which
may be adjusted annually for inflation to fully fund paramedic,
ambulance and fire service costs, and shall the District's
appropriations limit be correspondingly increased?
- Measure D.
Project to Add Bicycle/Pedestrian Lanes on Olema-Bolinas Road
-- Bolinas Community Public Utility District
(Advisory Vote Only)
45.25% Yes votes
54.75% No votes
- Shall a project be implemented to widen Olema-Bolinas Road (4 feet on
each side), from the school to downtown, by adding bicycle/pedestrian
lanes, with a white stripe separating the bicycle/pedestrian lanes
from vehicular traffic; to be paid for by a grant from the State Safe
Routes to School Program and Marin County Transportation funds?
- Measure E.
Santa Rosa Junior College Repair and Safety Measure
-- Sonoma County Community College District
62.14% Yes votes
37.86% No votes
- Shall Santa Rosa Junior College (Santa Rosa, Petaluma, all locations)
prepare students for jobs and four year colleges by acquiring,
constructing, furnishing, repairing deteriorating classrooms,
libraries, laboratories, sites, parking; upgrading fire safety,
ventilation/plumbing, electrical, computer technology wiring;
replacing portables; completing and upgrading training centers for
firefighters, police, nurses, paramedics, technology; by Sonoma County
Junior College District issuing $251,700,000 of bonds at legal rates,
with Citizens' Oversight Committee, annual audits and no money for
operations or administrators' salaries?
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