- Measure A
-- Capistrano Unified School District
73.2% Yes votes ......
26.8% No votes
- Neighborhood School Overcrowding, Safety/Repair Measure,
To relieve overcrowding, improve student safety, and repair neighborhood
schools by: repairing /building school facilities/classrooms;earthquake
retrofitting; asbestos removal; renovating science laboratories, libraries;
wiring for technology; qualifying for state matching funds; repairing
leaking roofs,plumbing/elictrical systems;upgrading school safety/fire
security;shall Capistrano Unified School District issue $65,000,000 in
bonds at legal rates, with money only for school buildings/grounds and
no money for administrators' salaries?
- Measure B
-- Irvine Unified School District
62.7% Yes votes ......
37.3% No votes
- Stable Local Funding for Student Safety, Science, Technology, Class
Size Reduction and Neighborhood Schools. Shall the Irvine Unified
School District be authorized to enact a special levy of $95 per
assessor's parcel, to be used exclusively for student safety, science,
technology, class size reduction and neighborhood schools programs
which are not fully funded by state K-12 budget allocations, and shall
the District appropriations limit be adjusted for four years from the
effective date of the levy, subject to four year extensions thereafter by
voter approval, in an amount equal to the revenue raised by the levy, and
shall an annual public audit be conducted to examine the uses of these
- Measure C
-- Santa Ana Unified School District
70.3% Yes votes ......
29.7% No votes
- To relieve severe overcrowding, improve safety for children, repair and
renovate school facilities, and obtain elegibility for State funding for
construction and renovation, including replacing portables with
permanent classrooms, shall the Santa Ana Unified School District be
authorized to issue $145,150,000 of bonds at interest rates within the
legal limit, to acquire, construct, and improve school sites and facilities,
and to establish a citizens' oversight committee to guarantee funds are
spent only for the specified purposes?
- Measure D
-- Proposed City of Rancho Santa Margarita
83.6% Yes votes ......
16.4% No votes
- Shall the order adopted on July 27, 1999, by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Orange ordering the incorporation
of the territory described in the order and designated in the order
as the incorporation of the new city of Rancho Santa Margarita
subject to the termsand conditions specified in the order,
including the establishment of an appropriations limit for
the new city of Rancho Santa Margarita of $10,000,000.00 and
the continuanceof previously authorized charges, fees, assessments
and taxes, be confirmed?