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- Measure A.
Sales Tax Measure
-- City of El Cerrito
(Two-Thirds Majority Approval Required)
71.08% Yes votes ......
28.92% No votes
- The El Cerrito Pothole Repair, Local Street Improvement and Maintenance Measure. To improve neighborhood streets; enhance road safety citywide by fixing potholes; maintaining, repairing and repaving streets; sealing cracks; improving handicap ramps, crosswalks, bicycle lanes; and maintaining road markings and signage, shall the City of El Cerrito incur debt to immediately begin and accelerate street improvements, paid by establishing a dedicated one-half cent sales tax used exclusively for street improvements, with citizens' oversight and independent audits of expenditure?
- Measure B.
Telecommunications & Video Users Tax
-- City of Richmond
(Majority Approval Required)
73.98% Yes votes ......
26.02% No votes
- Shall an ordinance be adopted to reduce the rate of the City of Richmond's Telecommunications Users' Tax from 10% to 9.5%, and to revise the method for calculating and collecting the Telecommunications and Video Users' Tax to reflect technological advances and changes in state and federal law?
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