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- Measure A.
Special Tax Election to Maintain and Expand School Programs
-- Lagunitas School District
(Special Tax Assessment - 2/3 Approval Required)
67.44% Yes votes ......
32.56% No votes
- Shall the Lagunitas
Elementary School District
maintain vital educational programs
currently threatened by cuts in
state funding including basic educational programs,
enrichment and support services for students, by levying
a $325 assessment per assessor's parcel per year,
with a 6.5% yearly cost-of-living adjustment for eight
years, beginning July 1, 2010, exempting any single
parcel used as a principal place of residence by any
owner 65 years of age before May 1st of that year?
- Measure B.
Protection of Quality Education in Larkspur Schools
-- Larkspur School District
(special tax measure - 2/3 Approval Required)
70.80% Yes votes ......
29.20% No votes
- To maintain quality
public education in Corte Madera
and Larkspur through continued
support for exceptional instructional
programs, small class sizes, and highly qualified teachers,
shall Larkspur School District be authorized to replace
the existing assessment by renewing a parcel tax
at the current rate of $368.88 per year for each singlefamily
residential parcel, and at rates specified in the
sample ballot for all other parcels, for eight years, with
a 5% annual adjustment and allow senior exemptions?
- Measure C.
-- Mill Valley School District
(Safety and Modernization Bond - 55% Approval Required)
66.94% Yes votes ......
33.06% No votes
- To reconstruct and
modernize Mill Valley elementary
and middle schools, including
installing and constructing fire safety,
emergency communications, seismic and disabled
access improvements; providing sufficient space for students;
and repairing or replacing outdated plumbing,
electrical and other vital systems and facilities, shall the
Mill Valley School District be authorized to issue
$59,800,000 in bonds for Phase 1 of the approved Facilities
Master Plan, and establish a Citizens' Oversight
Committee to ensure all expenditures are made according
to the plan?
- Measure D.
-- Shoreline Unified School District
(55% Approval Required)
71.59% Yes votes ......
28.41% No votes
- To improve the
quality of education and provide a
safe learning environment for our
children by performing seismic upgrades,
modernizing school facilities, replacing outdated portable
classrooms and repaying outstanding debt incurred
from past school construction projects, shall Shoreline
Unified School District issue $9,290,000 of bonds at
interest rates within legal limits with accountability provided
by a citizens' oversight committee and independent
audit of expenditure of funds, with no funds used
for administrators' or teachers' salaries?
- Measure E.
Ordinance Revision Regarding Maximum Floor Area and Lot Coverage
-- Town of San Anselmo
(Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
52.73% Yes votes ......
47.27% No votes
- Shall the ordinance
of the San Anselmo Town Council
establishing maximum floor area
and maximum lot coverage for single
family properties located below 150 feet mean sea level
elevation be adopted?
- Measure F.
Hotel User's Tax
-- Town of San Anselmo
(Majority Approval Required)
39.67% Yes votes ......
60.33% No votes
- Shall an ordinance
be adopted establishing a uniform
hotel users tax of 10% on hotel
rooms in San Anselmo to be paid by hotel
guests with the revenue to be used for Town general
purposes, which if approved, shall be effective July 1,
- Measure G.
San Rafael Public Safeties Bond Measure
-- City of San Rafael
(2/3 Approval Required)
61.01% Yes votes ......
38.99% No votes
- To protect the
safety of San Rafael residents and
maintain rapid emergency response
by upgrading/replacing aging
police/fire stations and related city facilities to accommodate
modern firefighting/lifesaving emergency medical
equipment and provide an earthquake-safe dispatch
center and police/fire stations so emergency communications
and police/fire/paramedic units remain operational
in disasters, shall the City of San Rafael issue
$88 million in bonds with independent oversight, no
money for administrators and all funds staying local?
- Measure H.
County Ordinance Banning Camping on Bolinas Beach
-- Bolinas Community Public Utility District
(Advisory Vote - Advisory Vote Only)
56.20% Yes votes ......
43.80% No votes
- Advisory Measure
Regarding Camping on
Bolinas Beach: Shall the Bolinas
Community Public Utility District request
a County Ordinance which prohibits camping
on the Bolinas Beach full time and year round?
- Measure I.
Municipal Services Tax Renewal
-- Town of Fairfax
(2/3 Approval Required)
73.49% Yes votes ......
26.51% No votes
- Shall an ordinance be
adopted approving the renewal of a
special Fairfax municipal services tax
of $125 per year for each business occupancy
and dwelling unit, for a period of five years to:
- Maintain 24-hour, 7 days per week staffing of Police
and Fire Services * Perform Public Works safety improvements
- Provide matching funds for state and federal
grants * Revitalize Youth Programs and continue
citizens' oversight committee that monitors the use of
revenues from this tax?
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