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Monterey County, CA November 3, 2009 Election
Measure K
Salinas Safe Neighborhoods /Essential Services
City of Salinas

Majority Approval Required

Fail: 5,625 / 39.29% Yes votes ...... 8,692 / 60.71% No votes

See Also: Index of all Measures

Results as of November 19 5:59pm, 100.00%% of Precincts Reporting (42/42)
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To protect residents by increasing youth gang/violence prevention; after-school recreation/mentoring; expanding job training; hiring more police to patrol neighborhoods/schools; retaining firefighters/paramedics; establishing community policing; prostitution prevention; crime fighting technology; and protecting essential services, shall Salinas's transactions and use (otherwise known as sales) tax be increased one cent, requiring independent audits, citizens oversight, public expenditure reports, with all funds only for Salinas, not for Sacramento?

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Resolution 19704

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Primary Argument in Favor of Measure K

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Rebuttal Argument by Proponents of Measure K

The Salinas Valley Chamber of Commerce will present to the community a non partisan forum on Measure K. This is a free forum, open to the public. It will be held Wednesday, September 30th, 2009 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Salinas Union High School Theater. The address is 531 South Main Street in Salinas. The forum will be moderated by Kristina Chavez Wyatt. A representative from A Penny for Peace will speak in favor and Mr. Brett Landon will speak about previous tax measures, their effectiveness and their historical track record. For additional information, call 831-751-7725.
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Monterey County Herald KION Channel 46 telvision KSBW Channel 8 television
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