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Marin County, CA November 6, 2018 Election
Directory of Marin County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 30 4:45pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (200/200)
82.3% Countywide Voter Turnout (132,434/160,944)

Measures
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Measure I. School District Bond -- Shoreline Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Pass: 1,980 / 66.7% Yes votes ...... 988 / 33.3% No votes
   1313 (69.62%) Yes / 573 (30.38%) No in Marin County
   667 (61.6%) Yes / 415 (38.4%) No in Sonoma County
To repair and modernize outdated classrooms and buildings, replace aging portables, upgrade infrastructure, construct new educational facilities, and improve access to technology, shall Shoreline Unified School District issue $19.5 million in bonds at legal interest rates, with projected tax rates of 3.9 per $100 of taxable value while bonds are outstanding (generating on average approximately $1.45 million annually for issued bonds), and requiring citizens' oversight, annual audits and all funds spent to benefit Shoreline students and schools?

Measure J. Parcel Tax -- Tamalpais Union High School District (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 45775 / 73.99% Yes votes ...... 16092 / 26.01% No votes
To protect high quality education with local funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall Tamalpais Union High School District attract and retain highly qualified teachers, counselors and staff; provide excellent science, technology, engineering, math, reading /writing instruction; protect art /music programs; and maintain small class sizes by levying $149 per parcel, providing $5.1 million annually for 4 years, with senior exemptions, annual cost of living adjustments, independent citizens' oversight and all funds for local high school students?

Measure K. Special tax for paramedic services -- City of Larkspur (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 4190 / 68.78% Yes votes ...... 1902 / 31.22% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in nonresidential use, which will annually raise approximately $600,000 beginning in year one, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure L. Transient occupancy tax -- City of Sausalito (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 3417 / 82.42% Yes votes ...... 729 / 17.58% No votes
City of Sausalito Hotel Tax/Tourism Mitigation Measure. To address the effects of tourism by improving traffic enforcement for pedestrian, cyclist and driver safety; managing the number of bikes, buses, taxis; reinvesting in local businesses; and other essential city services, shall an ordinance raising the transient occupancy tax rate charged to hotel guests by 2% be adopted until ended by voters, providing additional $300,000 annually, with independent audits, all funds used locally in Sausalito?

Measure M. Business license tax -- City of Sausalito (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 2649 / 65.42% Yes votes ...... 1400 / 34.58% No votes
City of Sausalito Business Tax Equity Measure. To maintain city services, including police protection; fixing streets, sidewalks, and storm drains; supporting local businesses; and other general services, shall an ordinance simplifying Sausalito's business license ordinance for fairness to businesses of all sizes, be adopted until ended by voters, updating business license rates to $125 per business and between $1-$3 per $1,000 of gross receipts, generating approximately $896,750 annually, requiring audits and all funds used locally?

Measure N. Special tax for paramedic and EMS services -- Town of Corte Madera (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 3644 / 78.08% Yes votes ...... 1023 / 21.92% No votes
Shall the measure to continue for four more years the special tax for paramedic and/or emergency medical services at the existing annual amount of $75 per residence and per 1,000 square feet of floor area for nonresidential uses for fiscal years 2019-2020 through 2022-2023, with anticipated annual revenues of $500,000, and with the appropriations limit increasing by the amount of the tax, be adopted?

Measure O. Special tax for paramedic services -- Town of Fairfax (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 3134 / 77.27% Yes votes ...... 922 / 22.73% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in nonresidential use, which will annually raise approximately $296,000 beginning in year one, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure P. Special tax for paramedic services -- Town of Ross (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 899 / 79.70% Yes votes ...... 229 / 20.30% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in non-residential use, which will annually raise approximately $81,500 each year, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure Q. Special tax for paramedic services -- Town of San Anselmo (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 4737 / 74.09% Yes votes ...... 1657 / 25.91% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in nonresidential use, which will annually raise approximately $472,000 beginning in year one, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure R. Special tax for paramedic services -- County Service Area 27 Ross Valley Paramedic Service Area (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 614 / 70.09% Yes votes ...... 262 / 29.91% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in nonresidential use, which will annually raise approximately $58,000 beginning in year one, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure S. Special tax for paramedic services -- Kentfield Fire Protection District (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 2701 / 78.11% Yes votes ...... 757 / 21.89% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in nonresidential use, which will annually raise approximately $223,500 beginning in year one, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure T. Special tax for paramedic services -- Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 1077 / 81.04% Yes votes ...... 252 / 18.96% No votes
Shall the measure continuing the special tax for paramedic services for four years in the amount of $79.50 in the first year and increasing $4 annually to a maximum of $91.50 per taxable living unit, or per 1,500 square feet of structure on a developed parcel in nonresidential use, which will annually raise approximately $72,345.00 beginning in year one, and increasing the appropriations limit by the amount of said tax be adopted?

Measure U. Special tax for fire protection/emergency medical services -- Southern Marin Fire Protection District (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 10427 / 74.55% Yes votes ...... 3559 / 25.45% No votes
Southern Marin Fire Protection District Local Emergency Medical Response and Fire Protection Measure. To maintain local emergency medical/fire protection services; improve the ability to react to/contain wildland fires; attract/retain qualified professional paramedics and firefighters; and maintain high cardiac and stroke survivability standards and 9-1-1 fire response times; shall the Southern Marin Fire Protection District establish a $200/annual parcel tax to protect local funding, providing $3,000,000 annually, until ended by voters, with citizen oversight, independent audits, all funds staying local?

Measure V. Increase appropriations limit -- Stinson Beach Fire Protection District (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 358 / 95.21% Yes votes ...... 18 / 4.79% No votes
Increase Appropriations Limit. Shall the appropriations limit established for the Stinson Beach Fire Protection District pursuant to Article XIIIB of the California Constitution is adjusted to include the combined total of all revenue Sources for the fiscal years 2017-2018 through 2018-2023 in order to continue funding for the fire protection and ambulance services Provided by the District?

Measure W. Transient Occupancy Tax -- West Marin Transient Occupancy Tax Area (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 4419 / 73.56% Yes votes ...... 1588 / 26.44% No votes
West Marin Transient Occupancy Tax. To address tourism impacts on West Marin communities and paid only by guests, shall the measure be adopted to increase the transient occupancy tax in West Marin from 10% to 14% for hotels/short-term rentals, and to apply 4% tax to commercial campground visitors, to enhance fire/emergency services and long-term community housing, raising approximately $1.3 million annually, with local oversight, annual audits, and all funds exclusively used for West Marin, effective until amended/repealed?

Measure X. Advisory Vote -- Bolinas Community Public Utility District (Advisory Vote Only)
Pass: 361 / 52.09% Yes votes ...... 332 / 47.91% No votes
Shall the County of Marin enact a resolution pursuant to Marin County Ordinance 3662 to include Brighton Avenue, Park Avenue and Wharf Road in downtown Bolinas as County roads on which there shall be no overnight parking of vehicles, except for automobiles, motorcycles and pickups, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.?

Measure AA. Transportation Authority of Marin -- County of Marin (2/3 Approval Required)
Pass: 93158 / 76.65% Yes votes ...... 28378 / 23.35% No votes
In order to relieve traffic congestion on Highway 101 and local roads; fix potholes/maintain local roads; improve interchanges/access to/from Highway 101; expand safe routes to schools, including school bus service/funding crossing guards; and, provide local transit, including options for seniors/persons with disabilities, shall Marin County renew the existing half-cent, voter approved sales tax without increasing the current rate, providing $27,000,000 annually for 30 years, with citizens' oversight, that the State cannot take away?

 
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