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- Measure C.
-- Wasco Union High School District
(55% Approval Required)
65.24% Yes votes ......
34.76% No votes
- To improve the quality of education, renovate and
equip classrooms and school facilities, upgrade
plumbing, electrical, heating, ventilation systems,
build new classrooms and school facilities to relieve
overcrowding, repair roofs, make health and safety
improvements, upgrade computer and instructional
technology, and qualify the District for $12,200,000
in State-matching grants, shall Wasco Union High
School District issue $33,500,000 of bonds at legal
interest rates, with independent citizen oversight and
no money for administrative salaries?
- Measure D.
-- Kernville Union School District
(55% Approval Required)
58.10% Yes votes ......
41.90% No votes
- To acquire, construct and improve local classrooms
and support facilities, including replacing outdated
portables, building restrooms, updating technology,
building a gym for school and community use,
improving handicapped access, and providing the
local match for approximately $4.4 million in State
funds, shall the Kernville Union School District be
authorized to issue up to $6,000,000 in bonds at
legal interest rates, with annual audits, a citizens’
oversight committee and NO monies for
- Measure E.
Utility User Tax
-- City of McFarland
(Majority Approval Required)
24.52% Yes votes ......
75.48% No votes
- Shall an ordinance be adopted establishing a utility users
tax to fund general city services, including essential
services such as police and fire protection, animal control,
building inspection and plan checks, planning, public
works and other administrative services, and road
maintenance and repair?
- Measure F.
-- Buttonwillow Recreation and Park District
(2/3 Approval Required)
75.73% Yes votes ......
24.27% No votes
- To finance a facility containing a gymnasium, a weight
room, a kitchen, meeting rooms and a District office; a
softball field; a soccer field and a swimming pool, shall the
Buttonwillow Recreation and Park District issue
$4,870,000 in general obligation bonds at interest rates
within legal limits?
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