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- Measure A.
-- New Haven Unified School District
(66 2/3% Approval Required)
68.4% Yes votes ......
31.6% No votes
- To improve local school facilities, relieve over crowding, and
receive State matching funds, provide alternative facilities for
students struggling in school, and to replace deteriorated
portables with permanent classrooms, renovate aging restrooms,
roofs, plumbing, heating/cooling, lighting, electrical and
technology systems, and renovate, acquire and/or construct school
classrooms, sites, and other facilities; shall New Haven Unified
School District issue $120,000,000 of bonds at legal interest rates,
with citizen oversight and all funds staying in our local community?
- Measure B.
Term Limits for Mayor and City Council Members
-- City of Livermore
58.1% Yes votes ......
41.9% No votes
- Shall the people of Livermore adopt an ordinance limiting both the
mayor and city council members to terms totaling eight (8)
consecutive years of service as mayor or city council member and
reestablishing eligibility to serve after a break in service of two
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