- Measure A
Library Transaction and Use Tax Ordinance
-- County of Humboldt
- Shall Ordinance No. 2163 of Humboldt County
be approved to provide needed funding to maintain the local County Library
system, to restore and improve hours of operation, books and materials
collection, automation and book mobile services for the use of all
residents of the County by raising the local sales tax one fourth of one
cent for a maximum period of 16 years and dedicating the proceeds
exclusively to the county Library System?
- Measure B
-- City of Rio Dell
- Shall of Rio Dell Ordnance Number 228, as amended by ordinance Number 229, the currently assessed utility users tax of seven percent (7%) on residential customers and two percent (2%) on non-residential customers, a general tax on the use of certain utility services used to fund essential general governmental services such as police, street maintenance, park maintenance and recreation be amended to extend until July 1, 2003?
- Measure Y
-- South Bay Union School District
- To repair and modernize aging schools, remove safety hazards, and help reduce class size, shall the South Bay School District incur bonded indebtedness of $1,500,000 at interest rates within legal limits, for purposes including: Modernizing schools for computer technology; Removing asbestos; Replacing leaky roofs, broken heating systems; and deterioration walls, restrooms, and flooring; Constructing new classrooms/facilities, a school library, and community center; Upgrading security and fire alarms. No bond funds will be used for administrative personnel.
- Measure Z
-- Loleta Fire Protection District
- Shall the Board of Directors of the Loleta Fire Protection District be empowered and authorized to adopt Ordinance 9802 establishing a special tax to replace and increase the district's previous benefit of assessment which was nullified by the passage of Proposition 218? This special tax will be used for fire protection and prevention services for the purpose of obtaining, furnishing, operation, and maintaining the suppression equipment or apparatus, for workers compensation and liability insurance, and for such other necessary fire protection and prevention expenses of the district.
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