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May 5, 2015 Election

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    Measure A Renew and Extend for 10-years -- Nicasio School District (Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
    First Update 05/08/15 14:49:38
    Pass: 113 / 67.3% Yes votes ...... 55 / 32.7% No votes
    To maintain small class sizes, provide competitive salaries, offer instructional programs that support diverse learners, and fund school operations essential to these goals, should Nicasio School District renew and extend its expiring parcel tax for ten years commencing July 1, 2015, increase the rate by $99 to a total of $573.46, and apply a 3% annual increase for each subsequent year, with an exemption for resident property owners age 65 and older?

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