LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
Alameda County, CA
November 2, 1999 Election|
Directory of Alameda County, CA Measures
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- Measure A
-- City of Livermore
57.9% Yes votes
42.0% No votes
- Shall the office of City Treasurer be appointed?
- Measure B
-- City of Livermore
38.4% Yes votes
61.5% No votes
- Shall the people of the City of
Livermore enact an ordinance amending the General Plan to create a new urban
growth boundary, establish a new residential growth rate between 0 and 1,000
people per year, and require voter approval of certain residential housing
developments of 20 units or more, certain conversions of open space land and
all increases in residential density and requiring the City to withdraw from
the joint planning process for North Livermore?
- Measure C
-- City of Newark
38.6% Yes votes
61.3% No votes
- Shall the Newark General Plan be amended to change the
designation of "Area 4" from Low Density Residential with a specific plan
provision for a golf course, recreation facilities, and open space to
Space and Agricultural/Resource Production-Open Space? "Area 4" is bounded by
Slough on the west, Mowry Avenue on the north, the railroad tracks on the
east, and the
Fremont border on the south.
- Measure D
Voter Approval for Development Projects
-- City of Pleasanton
43.5% Yes votes
56.4% No votes
- Shall the CAPP Initiative be adopted to amend the General
require voter approval for development projects involving 10 or more
residential units or
that have commercial or office buildings that exceed 55 feet in height, and
as outlined in the Initiative?
- Measure E
-- City of Union City
67.7% Yes votes
32.2% No votes
- Shall the City of Union City increase the tourist tax
Section 3.18.025 of the Union City Municipal Code on travelers occupying any
hotel/motel room to 8.5% of the daily room rate to be adjusted annually
according to the
Consumer Price Index?
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