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San Mateo County, CA November 3, 1998 General
Directory of San Mateo County, CA Measures
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Measure A Hotel Tax -- City of East Palo Alto
1,852 / 60.0% Yes votes
1,236 / 40.0% No votes
"Shall an Ordinance be approved imposing a tax of 12% on the occupancy of hotel rooms?"

Measure B School Bonds -- San Mateo Union High School District
42,580 / 66.3% Yes votes
21,651 / 33.7% No votes
To provide adequate classroom space and rehabilitate and expand school facilities, by financing repairs, improvements, renovation, acquisition of and additions to buildings and grounds, including libraries, science laboratories, improved student access to technology, upgraded heating, electrical and plumbing systems, and to build new classrooms, shall the San Mateo Union High School District be authorized to issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $190,000,000 at interest rates not exceeding the statutory limit? (two-thirds approval required)

Measure C Hotel Tax -- City of San Mateo
20,411 / 78.2% Yes votes
5,675 / 21.8% No votes
Shall the City of San Mateo Municipal Code be amended to increase the Hotel Transient Occupancy Tax by 2%, effective January 1, 1999, with such increases being used to finance capital improvements for police and fire facilities as an initial priority, and then to streets and sidewalks, parks and other City buildings?

Measure D Parking Structure Authorization -- City of San Bruno
6,732 / 64.7% Yes votes
3,679 / 35.3% No votes
Shall an initiative ordinance be adopted authorizing the City Council to allow or authorize the initiation or construction of a privately owned, multi-level parking structure at Huntington Avenue, Angus Avenue and Layne Place, subject to the City of San Bruno's development approval process?

Measure E Leafblower Prohibition -- City of Menlo Park
4,956 / 44.7% Yes votes
6,140 / 55.3% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 886, adopted by the Menlo Park City Council prohibiting the use of gasoline powered leafblowers in Menlo Park, be adopted?

Measure F Boundary Extension -- Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
5,300 / 54.8% Yes votes
4,379 / 45.2% No votes
In order to preserve open space resources on the San Mateo County coast, shall the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District extend its boundary west of Skyline to the San Mateo County coast, from the southern boundary of Pacifica to the Santa Cruz County line?

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