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El Dorado County, CA March 2, 2004 Election
Directory of El Dorado County, CA Measures
County Results as of Mar 3 0:18am, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (117/117)
50.6% Countywide Voter Turnout (47895/94633)

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Measure E. Sierra College Job Training, Repair/Safety Measure -- Sierra Joint Community College District (Bond - 55%)
1038 / 50.2% Yes votes ...... 1029 / 49.7% No votes
To Prepare students for jobs/four year colleges, imporve safety, accommodate increasing enrollment at Sierra College campuses in Rocklin, Nevada County, Roseville, Lincoln, Truckeee by:
  • Fixing faulty sewer systems, leaky roofs, decaying walls;
  • Expanding nursing/police/firefighting centers;
  • Repairing, acquiring, constructing, equipping builings, sites, classrooms; Shall Sierra Joint Community College District issue $394,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, guaranteed annual audits, and no money for administrators' salaries?

Measure G. Initiative Measure Adopting A General Plan For The County Of El Dorado -- El Dorado County (Majority Approval Required)
13434 / 29.9% Yes votes ...... 31493 / 70.0% No votes
Shall Measure G be approved, adopting the general plan proposed in the Measure as the official General Plan for the County of El Dorado, and specifying those aspects of the General Plan that can be amended by the Board of Supervisors without voter approval?

Measure H. Hotel/Motel Tax -- Measures-Countywide (Majority Approval Required)
27200 / 59.7% Yes votes ...... 18354 / 40.2% No votes
Shall Section 3.28.030 of the El Dorado County Ordinance Code, which imposes a tax on short term occupants of hotels, motels and similar facilities in the unincorporated areas of El Dorado County, be amended to raise the amount of the tax charged from eight perceent (8%) to ten percent (10%) of the rent charged by the operator?

Measure K. Parcel Tax -- Pioneer Union School District (2/3 Approval Required)
967 / 50.6% Yes votes ...... 942 / 49.3% No votes
To improve our schools, maintain small class sizes, improve student access to technology, support campus safety, retain and attract high quality teachers, and maintain programs including libraries, music, and art, shall Pioneer Union School District levy a tax of $75 per parcel for five years so long as a senior citizen (65 and over) and multiple parcel owner exemption is provided, no money is used for administrative salaries, and a citizens' oversight committee is established?

Measure S. Shingle Springs Fire Special Tax -- El Dorado County Fire Protection District Division 5 (West) (2/3 Approval Required)
1861 / 64.9% Yes votes ...... 1005 / 35.0% No votes
Shall a special tax be levied within the area of the former Shingle Springs Fire Protection District for the purpose of rebuilding the Shingle Springs fire station (station #28) which is in severe disrepair and is in need of being replaced and to provide enhanced emergency Advanced Life Support (ALS) Paramedic and fire protection services to the residents of the Shingle Springs area at an annual rate not to exceed $60.00 per parcel, per year?

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