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- Measure I.
Utility User Tax
-- City of Stockton
44.4% Yes votes
55.6% No votes
- Shall Ordinance No. 012-01 C.S. adopted by the Stockton City Council
on May 1, 2001, be approved to authorize a one percent (1%) decrease,
from the current eight percent (8%), to seven percent (7%), effective
July 1, 2002, and from seven percent (7%) to six percent (6%),
effective July 1, 2003, of the City of Stockton's Utility User Tax,
the addition of an additional energy tax rebate incentive to the
Enterprise Zone, and the addition of energy tax rebate incentives to
the MX (Mixed Use) Zone.
- Measure J.
-- Ripon Unified School District
58.3% Yes votes
41.7% No votes
- To improve health and safety conditions of schools, to relieve
overcrowding, to improve the likelihood of our schools qualifying for
state matching funds, shall the Ripon Unified School District issue
$10 million of bonds, at interest rates within the legal limit to
finance the modernization and expansion of Ripon High School and a
portion of the costs of constructing a new elementary school and
appoint a Citizen's Oversight Committee to perform annual audits? The
District's Board has evaluated safety, class size reduction and
information technology needs.
- Measure K.
-- Lodi Unified School District
57.1% Yes votes
42.9% No votes
- To plan and construct up to twelve (12) new schools; to acquire,
construct, renovate, furnish and equip school facilities and grounds;
add structures to existing schools; upgrade certain classrooms; and
upgrade fire and safety systems; shall the Lodi Unified School
District incur bonded indebtedness of not to exceed $109,360,000, the
rate of interest thereon not to exceed the maximum rate allowable by
law, and establish an oversight committee?
- Measure L.
Low Rent Housing Projects
-- County of San Joaquin
58.7% Yes votes
41.3% No votes
- Without increasing local taxes, by utilizing federal or State
funding, shall public or publicly assisted housing providers, within
San Joaquin County, according to the County's General Plan, construct,
develop, acquire, rehabilitate and/or convert housing project(s) into
decent, safe, sanitary and uncrowded units for low-income, elderly, or
handicapped persons, up to 500 units annually, for ten years, with any
unused units carried over annually?
- Measure M.
Fire Tax Ordinance
-- Mokelumne Rural Fire Protection District
64.3% Yes votes
35.7% No votes
- Shall the proposed special tax ordinance set forth by Ordinance No.
01-1 of the Mokelumne Rural County Fire Protection District be
- Measure N.
Transient Occupancy Tax
-- City of Tracy
68.3% Yes votes
31.7% No votes
- Shall the City's transient occupancy tax, imposed on transients and
used by the City's General Fund to fund a variety of activities,
including: police and fire services, tourism promotion, planned
cultural arts center activities, and parks and recreation youth and
senior activities, be set at 10% of the amount of rent charged by the
- Measure O.
-- Linden Unified School District
54.7% Yes votes
45.3% No votes
- To make essential health, safety and building repairs at aging school
facilities, increase energy efficiency, relieve severe overcrowding by
acquiring, constructing or renovating school sites, and qualify for
state construction matching funds, shall Linden Unified School
District be authorized to issue bonds not exceeding Eleven Million
Five Hundred Thousand Dollars at the lowest interest rates possible,
establish a Community Oversight Committee, and conduct annual audits
to ensure funds are only spent on school construction projects?
- Measure P.
-- Stockton-East Water District
(Removed from ballot by court order)
- To assure a firm water supply without levying taxes or land
assessments, should Stockton East Water District issue up to
$6,000,000.00 in bonds to fund supplemental water supply, distribution
and environmental improvements, including obtaining water right
permits, matching state and federal funding for the Farmington Project
for groundwater recharge and seasonal habitat, and constructing
pipelines to convey surface water for distribution to agricultural and
urban customers for use instead of pumping groundwater, and for direct
recharge to the groundwater basin; to be repaid with revenue from
surface water sales to district customers, and existing groundwater
- Measure Q.
Transient Occupancy Tax
-- City of Manteca
60.4% Yes votes
39.6% No votes
- Shall an ordinance be adopted to re-adopt and validate continuing
collection of the City's Supplemental Transient Occupancy Tax, at a
rate of 4%?
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