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- Measure S.
-- San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District
- To acquire, construct, and modernize school facilities, build new to replace 30-year-old portables, construct a permanent Junior High at the current site, upgrade drainage, replace deteriorating plumbing and inadequate electrical systems, improve student access toclassroom computers and technology, and make the District eligible to receiver over $8 million in state-matching funds, shall the San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District be authorized to issue $18,500,000 of bonds at an interest rate below the legal limit?
- Measure T.
District Elections/District Recalls
-- City of Santa Cruz
- Shall the Charter of the
City of Santa Cruz be amended by amending
Sections 601, 602 and 605 of Article VI and Section 701 of
Article VII providing for the election and recall of City
Councilmembers by district and the election of City
Councilmembers by a majority vote, the text of which is on file
in the City Clerk’s Department and the County Elections
- Measure U.
Transient Occupancy Tax Rate Increase for Homeless Shelter and Services
-- City of Santa Cruz
- Shall the City of Santa Cruz adopt an
ordinance amending Section 3.28.030 of the Municipal Code
raising the transient occupancy tax rate from 10% to 12%
and dedicating the revenues from the two percent differential
to provide additional funding to non-profit homeless service
providers for the provision of shelter services, including
establishing permanent year-round shelter with appropriate
facilities for homeless families and children?
- Measure V.
Special Health and Safety Tax
-- Scotts Valley Fire Protection District
- To meet the health and safety needs of district
residents, shall the Scotts Valley Fire Protection
District, pursuant to Ordinance 2000-1, provide
advanced life support services by adding firefighter
paramedics in order to improve coverage and enhance fire
protection services, through the implementation of a special
tax which assesses $51 per service unit, with vacant land
equaling one service unit, residential units equaling two
service units, and all other parcels equaling five service
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