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San Bernardino County, CA November 8, 2022 Election
Directory of San Bernardino County, CA Measures
County Results as of May 26 4:02pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (2765/2765)
40.30% Countywide Voter Turnout (458,946/1,138,702)

Measures
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Measure A. School Bond -- Rialto Unified School District (55% Approval Required)
Pass: 12,960 / 69.31% Yes votes ...... 5,738 / 30.69% No votes
To upgrade school fire/security/safety systems, science, engineering, math, arts, vocational classrooms; replace drinking water pipes, gas lines, leaky roofs, portable classrooms, electrical wiring; remove asbestos, lead paint, mold, shall Rialto Unified School District's measure authorizing $340,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying 6 per $100 of assesses valuation raising on average $16,314,271 annually while bonds are outstanding, be adopted, requiring independent audits/oversight, and all funds for local schools?

Measure D. Charter Amendment -- San Bernardino County (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 241,894 / 58.22% Yes votes ...... 173,582 / 41.78% No votes
Shall the amendments to the San Bernardino County Charter for taxpayer protection and government reform be adopted?

Measure F. Amendments to General Plan -- City of Redlands (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 8,504 / 38.19% Yes votes ...... 13,763 / 61.81% No votes
Shall the Initiative Ordinance of the People of Redlands Amending Sections 1A.0, 1A.10, 1.A30, 4.2B and 4.41j of the Principles of Managed Development of the City of Redlands General Plan 2035 be adopted?

Measure H. Council/Mayor Election Reorganization -- City of Barstow (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 1,326 / 39.55% Yes votes ...... 2,027 / 60.45% No votes
Shall the electors repeal Measure G and return to five elected city council members and a mayor selected from among the five elected city council members?

Measure J. Business License Tax Rates for Distribution Centers -- City of Redlands (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 12,135 / 53.41% Yes votes ...... 10,584 / 46.59% No votes
Shall a measure be adopted to increase the City's existing business license tax on distribution centers within the City from the current rate of four and seven tenths cents ($0.047) per gross square foot to ten and on-half cents ($0.105) per square foot for the purpose of raising an estimated $530,000 in revenue annually until ended by voters to defray the costs of providing City services and to supplement the City's General Fund for general government use?

Measure K. Transient Occupancy Tax -- Town of Yucca Valley (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 4,412 / 71.75% Yes votes ...... 1,737 / 28.25% No votes
To fund general services in the Town of Yucca Valley, such as: Police patrols/9-1-1 emergency response; Gang/crime prevention; Street maintenance/traffic management; Keeping parks/facilities safe and clean; Supporting fire protection; Affordable housing; shall an ordinance be adopted changing the Town's existing transient occupancy tax (paid by hotel/vacation rental guest) to 12% providing an additional $1,300,000 annually for general government use until ended by voters, with all funds locally controlled?

Measure L. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Upland (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 10,222 / 44.60% Yes votes ...... 12,697 / 55.40% No votes
To maintain and prevent cuts to City of Upland services, such as 9-1-1 emergency response, police staff, patrols and public safety, gang and crime prevention programs, addressing homelessness, and maintenance of streets, sidewalks, parks and infrastructure, shall the measure establishing a 1 sales tax be adopted, providing approximately $16,000,000 annually for general city services until ended by voters, with citizen oversight, independent financial audits and disclosure, and money controlled locally?

Measure M. Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Grand Terrace (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 1,895 / 51.78% Yes votes ...... 1,765 / 48.22% No votes
Shall the measure, establishing a general Transient Occupancy Tax imposing a maximum tax rate of 10% of hotel charges upon guests staying in hotels (as defined) and generating approximately $10,000 (current estimate) to $250,000 (if a major hotel is developed within the City of Grand Terrace) in annual revenue until ended by voters, be adopted?

Measure N. Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Needles (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 661 / 65.51% Yes votes ...... 348 / 34.49% No votes
To maintain and protect the level of essential services such as public safety, and other vital services including infrastructure, street repair and park improvements, shall a measure be adopted to amend the Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) which is paid only by guests who stay in local hotels, motels and other lodgings, to also include and apply to "short term residential rental units" in the City of Needles?

Measure O. Vacation Rental Limits -- City of Big Bear Lake (Majority Approval Required)
Fail: 832 / 41.39% Yes votes ...... 1,178 / 58.61% No votes
Shall a measure be adopted to amend the Big Bear Lake Municipal Code to limit the number of vacation rental licenses the City may issue to a maximum of 1,500 and limit the number of vacation rental contracts to 30 per year per property, excluding home-sharing arrangements, limiting duplexes, triplexes and four-plexes to one vacation rental per property, and enacting further limitations and regulations for vacation rentals?

Measure P. Transient Occupancy Tax -- City of Big Bear Lake (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 1,044 / 53.87% Yes votes ...... 894 / 46.13% No votes
Shall a measure be adopted to increase the maximum rate of the City's Transient Occupancy (Hotel) Tax charged to hotel and vacation rental guests from 8% to 9% as of January 1, 2024 and from 9% to 10%, as of January 1, 2025, providing until ended by voters an estimated $1,300,000 annually for City services including public safety response, street repair and maintenance, park and trail construction and maintenance and for general government use?

Measure Q. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Ontario (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 15,972 / 53.24% Yes votes ...... 14,030 / 46.76% No votes
To secure Ontario's long-term financial stability; maintain fire, policy, 9-1-1 response, help prevent crime/thefts/burglaries; recruit/retain firefighters/paramedics/police; repair streets/potholes; improve local drinking water sources; address homelessness; clean/maintain public areas; fund youth/afterschool programs; for general government use; shall the measure establishing a 1 sales tax providing approximately $95,000,000 annually until ended by voters; requiring audits/pubic spending disclosure, funds locally controlled, be adopted?

Measure R. Cannabis Business Tax -- City of Montclair (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 3,974 / 70.22% Yes votes ...... 1,685 / 29.78% No votes
Shall the measure funding general Montclair services, including supporting 911/police/fire response; preventing thefts/property crime; recruiting/retaining firefighters, paramedics; retaining local business/jobs; repairing streets/potholes; addressing homelessness; by taxing cannabis retail, delivery, cultivation, manufacturing/testing businesses at a rate of not more than 7% of gross receipts, raising about $3,500,000 annually, until ended by voters, requiring audits, spending disclosure, funds used locally, cannabis businesses follow laws protecting public health/safety, be adopted?

Measure S. Transactions and Use Tax -- City of Colton (Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 5,110 / 66.70% Yes votes ...... 2,551 / 33.30% No votes
To maintain funding for police patrols, to address homelessness, gang, drug and crime prevention, fire protection, paramedics, 911 emergency response, to maintain senior and youth services, library services, parks, sidewalks, roads, to clean and maintain public areas, and for general government use; shall a measure establishing a one-cent sales tax providing $9,500,000 annually until ended by voters, requiring independent audits and guaranteeing all funds are controlled locally be adopted?

Measure EE. Advisory Measure -- San Bernardino County (Advisory Vote Only)
Pass: 212,615 / 50.62% Yes votes ...... 207,439 / 49.38% No votes
Do the people of San Bernardino County want San Bernardino County elected representatives to study and advocate for all options to obtain the County's fair share of state funding, up to and including secession from the State of California?

Measure II. Advisory Measure -- City of Montclair (Advisory Vote Only)
Pass: 2,955 / 51.91% Yes votes ...... 2,737 / 48.09% No votes
Shall the measure funding general Montclair services, including supporting 911 /police/fire response; preventing thefts/property crime; recruiting/retaining firefighters, paramedics; retaining local business/ jobs; repairing streets/potholes; addressing homelessness; by taxing cannabis retail, delivery, cultivation, manufacturing/testing businesses at a rate of not more than 7% of gross receipts, raising about $3,500,000 annually, until ended by voters, requiring audits, spending disclosure, funds used locally, cannabis businesses follow laws protecting public health/safety, be adopted?

 
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