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Marin County, CA November 8, 2005 Election
Directory of Marin County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 29 4:45pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (218/218)
66.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (97201/146372)

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Measure A. Bonds -- Reed Union School District (55% Approval Required)
Pass: 3907 / 70.19% Yes votes ...... 1659 / 29.81% No votes
To complete the Facility Master Plan that resulted in successfully rebuilding our schools, on budget and carefully monitored, shall Reed Union School District issue $13 million of bonds to complete the last set of improvements: upgrade science classrooms; renovate athletic fields for a safer environment; improve technology communication systems; build a middle school gymnasium; remove remaining dry rot; complete site access and landscaping plans and finish all necessary work related to the Facility Master Plan?

Measure B. Tax -- Town of San Anselmo (Special Municipal Services Tax - 2/3 Majority Required)
Fail: 3021 / 55.58% Yes votes ...... 2414 / 44.42% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted approving a special San Anselmo municipal services tax of $250 per year per living unit and per 1500 square feet of nonresidential use, for a period of four years, to be used to:

  • Restore and maintain Police, Parks, and Library staffing and services,
  • Maintain minimum staffing at San Anselmo fire stations,

Increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax for the next four years and establishing a citizens' oversight committee?

Measure C. Parcel Tax -- Muir Beach Community Services District (2/3 approval required)
Pass: 175 / 88.38% Yes votes ...... 23 / 11.62% No votes
Shall Ordinance 2005-1 of the Muir Beach Community Services District levying a special tax annually for a period of four (4) years, commencing FY 2006-2007, terminating in FY 2010-2011, in the amount of $3,250.00 per parcel for improved commercially zoned property, $300.00 per separate habitable structure on parcels containing residential property and $300.00 per parcel on all other parcels be adopted to provide funds for water capital improvements as specified in the Ordinance?

Measure D. Parking Plan -- Bolinas Fire Protection District (Advisory Vote Only)
Pass: 402 / 58.01% Yes votes ...... 291 / 41.99% No votes
Shall Bolinas and the County of Marin implement the Downtown-Bolinas Parking Plan as presented by the Downtown Parking & Traffic Committee at the September 21, 2005 meeting of the Bolinas Community Public Utility District?

Measure E. Use of Pesticides -- Bolinas Fire Protection District (Advisory Vote Only)
Pass: 596 / 84.78% Yes votes ...... 107 / 15.22% No votes
Shall the Bolinas Community Public Utility District continue to take measures to protect against the use of pesticides, except those allowed in organic farming, within the Bolinas Community Public Utility District boundaries and in the Bolinas Lagoon and its watershed?

Measure S. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of San Rafael (Simple Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 12419 / 70.32% Yes votes ...... 5242 / 29.68% No votes
To prevent further cuts and preserve funding for general city services, including maintaining the number of on-duty firefighters and police officers on patrol, preventing the closure of fire stations and community centers, repairing city streets and maintaining library service hours, shall the City of San Rafael adopt an ordinance enacting a one-half of one percent transactions (sales) and use tax, automatically expiring in ten years, with independent oversight and annual audits?

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