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Sacramento County, CA November 3, 1998 General
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Measure M County Retail Transactions and Use Tax -- County of Sacramento
103,292 / 31.9% Yes votes
220,712 / 68.1% No votes
Shall the County of Sacramento, to maintain essential services such as police, sheriff and fire protection services, be authorized to increase the County sales tax by 1/4 cent for a maximum of 6 years for general governmental purposes, pro- vided that all sales tax expenditures be independently audited each year with the full audit report published in local newspapers showing how all funds are specifically spent?

Measure O Appropriations Limit -- City of Citrus Heights
15,906 / 73.6% Yes votes
5,706 / 26.4% No votes
Shall the City of Citrus Heights' base year appropriations limit for Fiscal Year 1997/98 be established at $20,316,283?

Measure P School Bonds -- Galt Joint Union High School District
4,191 / 61.3% Yes votes
2,645 / 38.7% No votes
"To reduce student overcrowding, provide students with access to class- room computer and science technology, build permanent classrooms and facilities, upgrade and repair schools through the District and make the District eligible to receive State matching funds, shall Galt Joint Union High School District issue $30 million of bonds at interest rates below the legal limit so long as spending is annually reviewed by an independent citizens' oversight committee and no money goes to administrative salaries?"

Measure S School Bonds -- San Juan Unified School District
80,429 / 72.1% Yes votes
31,145 / 27.9% No votes
"To provide safe and healthy classrooms in Carmichael, Orangevale, Citrus Heights, Arden-Arcade, Gold River, and Fair Oaks by replacing aging roofs, upgrading electrical, heating and ventilation systems to current health/safety standards and providing other critical repairs, shall the San Juan Unified School District issue $157,000,000 in bonds at the lowest interest rates possible, and appoint a citizens' oversight committee and independent auditor to guarantee funds are spent only on school improvements, not district salaries or administration?"

Measure R Merged Community Services District -- Rio Linda-Elverta Recreation and Park District (Advisory Vote Only)
2,510 / 47.2% Yes votes
2,811 / 52.8% No votes
"Shall the Boards of Directors of the Rio Linda-Elverta Recreation and Park District and the Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District initiate proceedings to reorganize the two special districts by creating a new single multipurpose public agency to be known as the Rio Linda/Elverta Community Services District, which, upon organization, would supply the inhabitants of the district with water and public recreation and park facilities?"

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