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- Measure A.
-- Clovis Unified School District
62.4% Yes votes ......
37.6% No votes
- To purchase and construct facilities; modernize, renovate, improve, and
construct additions to existing campuses; upgrade safety systems; enhance technology capabilities; and reduce overcrowding, shall Clovis
Unified School District: Acquire, construct, furnish and equip new School/District facilities, including new sites and site improvements at
existing campuses; Construct three new elementary schools, one intermediate and one high school; Acquire an elementary school site; and
issue $168 million of bonds for the above, at interest rates within the legal limit?
- Measure B.
-- Washington Colony Elementary School District
69.6% Yes votes ......
30.4% No votes
- To receive State matching funds; make health and
safety improvements including improvements to restrooms, fire and life-safety systems; remove hazardous materials including asbestos
and lead based paint; upgrade interior lighting; refinish/repair interior walls, wall coverings and floor coverings; repair/replace countertops;
upgrade/replace classroom heating/cooling systems; install tackable wall surfaces and markerboards; and otherwise modernize and equip
classrooms; shall Washington Colony Elementary School District issue $400,000 of bonds at legal interest rates?
- Measure C.
Transportation Use Tax
-- City of Coalinga
34.9% Yes votes ......
65.1% No votes
- Shall Section 1 of Ordinance 685 be adopted, establishing a .75% City transactions and use tax for
a period of 10 years?
- Measure D.
Utility Use Tax
-- City of Coalinga
23.4% Yes votes ......
76.6% No votes
- Shall Section 4 of Ordinance 685 be adopted, establishing an 8% City utility users tax for a period of
- Measure E.
Hotel Room Tax
-- City of Coalinga
46.3% Yes votes ......
53.7% No votes
- Shall Section 2 of Ordinance 685 be adopted, increasing the hotel-motel room tax to 10% for a period
of 10 years?
- Measure K.
-- Central Unified School District
60.9% Yes votes ......
39.1% No votes
- To accommodate projected student growth, provide needed
improvements at existing schools, enhance student access to technology and provide adequate district service facilities, shall Central
Unified School District construct, furnish and equip: two new elementary schools; one new middle school; an athletic stadium; a district
transportation facility; various improvements at existing schools; and issue $40 million of bonds for these purposes at interest rates within
legal limits, with annual audit and citizen oversight?
- Measure N.
-- College of the Sequoias Junior College District
43.7% Yes votes ......
56.3% No votes
- College of the Sequoias Job Training, Repair Measure: To prepare students for
skilled jobs, four-year colleges, train nurses, police, firefighters, accommodate population growth by: Repairing, upgrading leaky roofs,
aging classrooms, computer wiring, ventilation, plumbing, sewers; Improving fire safety, security; Removing hazardous materials; Acquiring,
constructing, equipping buildings, sites, training/education centers in Hanford, Tulare, Visalia; shall Sequoias Community College District
issue $95,000,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, guaranteed annual audits, no money for administrators' salaries?
- Measure O.
-- Cutler Orosi Unified School District
42.3% Yes votes ......
57.7% No votes
- Repair our aging schools, relieve overcrowding, improve the
learning environment and keep our children safe and healthy by: Modernizing or replacing classrooms, restrooms, locker rooms, offices and
site work. Improving school safety, security, energy efficiency and accessibility. Building new classrooms, gymnasium, multipurpose room,
offices, restrooms and library. Shall Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District issue $6,400,000 in bonds, within legal interest rates, with
citizen oversight, independent audits and no money for administrators' salaries?
- Measure R.
-- Kingsburg Elementary Charter School District
71.0% Yes votes ......
29.0% No votes
- Shall the Kingsburg Joint Union Elementary School
District acquire a site and construct a new elementary school, upgrade fire alarm systems, repair leaking roofs, upgrade electrical wiring for
computers, install security locks, upgrade heating, ventilation and cooling systems, repair, construct and equip classrooms, restrooms, and
other facilities; qualify for State matching funds by issuing $7,500,000 of bonds at legal rates with guaranteed annual audits, a citizens'
oversight committee and no money for staff salaries?
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