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- Measure A.
-- Cabrillo Unified School District
(2/3 Vote Required)
61.4% Yes votes
38.6% No votes
- In order to address its imminent budget shortfall arising from the
State of California's economic crisis, shall the Cabrillo Unified
School District levy a special tax of $75 on each parcel within the
District for each of three years, exempting vacant parcels and parcels
owned by individuals over 65, the proceeds to be used for preserving
essential programs and services?
- Measure B.
-- Redwood City Elementary School District
(55% Vote Required)
64.9% Yes votes
35.1% No votes
- In order to improve local schools by repairing school roofs,
upgrading lighting with energy-saving equipment, providing access to
disabled students, purchasing computers, improving fields to increase
safety, and other building and equipment improvements as specified in
the District's Bond Project List, shall the Redwood City Elementary
School District issue $22,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates
subject to specified accountability measures, including a Citizen's
Oversight Committee to monitor bond expenditures and review financial
- Measure C.
-- City of East Palo Alto
(Majority Vote Required)
52.4% Yes votes
47.6% No votes
- Shall an ordinance be adopted that:
rezones 10.5 acre site in the Gateway/101 Corridor Redevelopment
Project Area to General Commercial (C-2) to allow for regional retail
use such as an IKEA store; and
amends the Gateway/101 Corridor Specific Plan to allow an increase in
square footage of General Commercial use, an increase in floor area
ratio, an increase in height, an increase in building design
flexibility, and allows multilevel parking to allow for regional
retail use such as an IKEA store?
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