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Riverside County, CA November 3, 1998 General
Directory of Riverside County, CA Measures
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Measure S School Bonds -- Hemet Unified School District
19,161 / 61.4% Yes votes
12,059 / 38.6% No votes
To provide students with safe and secure schools, and to qualify for State matching funds, should Hemet Unified School District issue $37.5 million in bonds at interest rates below the legal limit?

Bond proceeds will upgrade outdated heating, wiring, and plumbing; and, rehabilitate, improve and/or add school facilities. An independent citizens committee will ensure that bond proceeds are spent only on school facilities and not on administrative salaries.

Measure T School Bonds -- Beaumont Unified School District
6,506 / 71.8% Yes votes
2,561 / 28.2% No votes
Shall the Beaumont Unified School District issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $16,000,000, at an interest rate within the legal limit, to construct, acquire, expand, modernize or improve school sites and facilities, and to provide resources to timely repair roofs and renovate plumbing, sewer, heating, air conditioning and electrical systems as needed and upgrade wiring for safety and technology?

Measure U Community Services District Increase in Zone A Fee -- City of Moreno Valley
10,241 / 41.4% Yes votes
14,524 / 58.6% No votes
Shall the Moreno Valley Community Services District be authorized to increase the annual Zone A parcel fee by $8 to pay for existing youth and adult recreation programs, parks maintenance and athletic field preparation, with such funds to be programmed specifically to eliminate the funding shortfall in the Zone A fund where parcel fees have not been raised since 1992?

Measure V Community Services District Create Zone L -- City of Moreno Valley
17,027 / 71.6% Yes votes
6,758 / 28.4% No votes
Shall the Moreno Valley Community Services District be authorized to provide public library programs and services through the creation of Zone L, with the clear understanding that approval of this measure will not impose fees since such fees cannot be imposed without explicit voter approval subject to the requirements of Proposition 218?

Measure W Safe and Sane Fireworks -- City of Moreno Valley
9,710 / 40.2% Yes votes
14,416 / 59.8% No votes
Shall the Initiative Measure entitled: "An initiative measure to permit the sale of "Safe and Sane" Fireworks (as defined by state law) by non-profit and school affiliated organizations organized and established within the city limits for at least one year and licensed by the city for such sales, and the possession, use and discharge within the City of Moreno Valley of such fireworks, from June 28 through July 4 of each year, and otherwise regulating the sale and use of such fireworks" be approved?

Measure Y Safety Tax - Fire & Police -- City of Murrieta
6,474 / 52.9% Yes votes
5,768 / 47.1% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted establishing a public safety tax to fund hiring of seven (7) additional fire fighters and to implement a Paramedic Engine company program in an amount of $32.37 per year per Equivalent Dwelling Unit (EDU) and to fund hiring of seven (7) additional police officers and four (4) civilian police personnel in an amount of $61.82 per year per Equivalent Dwelling Unit (EDU) for a total of $94.19?

Measure Z Permit & Plan Check Fee Elimination -- City of Murrieta
6,009 / 53.5% Yes votes
5,215 / 46.5% No votes
Shall an ordinance be adopted that eliminates building permit and plan check fees for miscellaneous permits such as patio covers, decks and block walls, and reducing residential swimming pool fees and that levies a construction impact tax on new construction for building permit and plan check services set forth in the proposed ordinance?

Measure AA Utility Users Tax -- City of Desert Hot Springs
1,127 / 48.1% Yes votes
1,218 / 51.9% No votes
Should the expiration date in the current utility users tax be repealed?

Measure BB Street Improvement Bonds -- City of Indio
2,551 / 43.7% Yes votes
3,288 / 56.3% No votes
DO YOU WANT THE CITY TO (i) fix your existing streets and improve curbs, gutters and pavement for a cost not to exceed $50,000,000, by issuing general obligation bonds with a legal rate of interest and term not to exceed 25 years, and; (ii) charge ad valorem taxes on all taxable property within the city at rates which will repay the principal and interest when due?

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