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Mendocino County, CA November 7, 2006 Election
Directory of Mendocino County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 22 5:47pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (208/208)
65.9% Countywide Voter Turnout (31521/47825)

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Measure W. Mendocino College Improvement Measure -- Mendocino Lake Community College District (Bond Issue - 55% Majority)
Pass: 12257 / 63.12% Yes votes ...... 7163 / 36.88% No votes
To improve education at Mendocino College by:
  • Improving and expanding academic facilities to help students prepare for jobs and transfer to 4-year universities,
  • Upgrading computers and technology,
  • Building a new library/learning center,
  • Expanding facilities for nursing and other vocational programs,

and by acquiring, construction, equipping buildings, sites and classrooms, shall Mendocino-Lake Community College District issue $67.5 million in bonds, at legal rates, and appoint a Citizens' Oversight Committee to monitor expenditures?"

Measure X. City Transient Tax from 8% - 10% -- City of Ukiah (City Ordinance Amendment - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 2302 / 53.34% Yes votes ...... 2014 / 46.66% No votes
Shall Ukiah City Code Section 1752 be amended to increase from the current 8% to 10% the City tax imposed on the room rate charged to customers of hotels and motels in the City of Ukiah?

Measure Y. Iraq War Advisory -- Mendocino County (Advisory Measure - Majority Approval Required)
Pass: 19290 / 67.17% Yes votes ...... 9427 / 32.83% No votes
Should the United States end the military occupation of Iraq and bring the troops home now?

Measure Z. Special Tax for Fire and First Responder Medical Care Services -- South Coast Fire Protection District (Tax Measure - 2/3 Majority)
Pass: 647 / 67.89% Yes votes ...... 306 / 32.11% No votes
To prevent the reduction of fire protection and first responder emergency medical care shall the South Coast Fire Protection District replace existing annual parcel tax of $40.00 with an annual parcel tax of $75.00 per year beginning July 1, 2007?

Measure AA. Reconstruction of Schools, Enhanced Fire Safety and Accessibility -- Mendocino Unified School District (Bond Issue - 55% Majority)
Pass: 2327 / 70.92% Yes votes ...... 954 / 29.08% No votes
To address the needs of students and the community, shall Mendocino Unified School District issue up to $15.5 million in bonds, at legal interest rates, to rehabilitate and construct needed K-8 facilities, replace and enlarge water main for fire suppression, improve accessibility at the high school, repair damage at the historic downtown Grammar School, and qualify for up to $4 million in state aid, with all projects monitored by an independent citizens' oversight committee?

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