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- Measure B.
This measure will provide secure funds for core academic programs
-- Peralta Community College District
(Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
72.86% Yes votes ......
27.14% No votes
- To provide College of Alameda, Laney College, Merritt College and Berkeley City College secure funds that cannot be taken by the state, and support affordable college education including: providing core academic programs including math, science and English; training students for successful careers; and educating students to transfer to university; shall Peralta Community College District levy $48 per parcel annually for 8 years with Citizens' Oversight, no funds for administrators' salaries, and all funds spent in our college district?
- Measure C.
Public Safety and 911 Emergency Response Measure
-- City of Alameda
(Temporary Sales Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
50.56% Yes votes ......
49.44% No votes
- To maintain neighborhood crime patrols, fire protection and 911 emergency response; improve earthquake preparedness;
replace an unsafe fire station; establish a citywide Emergency Operations Center, a joint police/ fire training facility,library, cultural and recreational facilities; replace outdated police/ fire vehicles and equipment; and for other capital equipment and facilities, shall the City of Alameda enact a one-half cent sales tax, with all revenue staying in the City,mandatory annual audits and public expenditure reports?
- Measure E.
Dublin Quality Education and Safe Classrooms Measure
-- Dublin Unified School District
(55% Approval Required)
62.02% Yes votes ......
37.98% No votes
- To protect quality education with funding that cannot be taken by the State, shall Dublin Unified School District update/replace aging classrooms/science labs; provide 21st century computers/technology/classrooms; ensure classrooms meet safety codes; prevent student overcrowding; and improve energy/operational efficiency and utilize savings for teachers/instruction, by issuing $99 million in bonds at legal rates, with independent oversight, no money for administrators, and all funds staying in Dublin?
- Measure G.
Quality Local Schools and Academic Excellence Measure
-- Hayward Unified School District
(Parcel Tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
70.83% Yes votes ......
29.17% No votes
- To protect critical education programs, with funds that cannot be taken by
the State, including: math, reading, writing, and hands-on science classes/labs; enhancing library services, technology and
college preparation programs; providing programs for all students to meet State academic standards; and attracting and
retaining qualified teachers; shall Hayward Unified School District be authorized to levy $58 per parcel annually, for five
years, with an exemption for senior citizens, mandatory citizens' oversight and all money used for classrooms?
- Measure H.
Support High-quality Local Education
-- New Haven Unified School District
(Parcel tax - 2/3 Approval Required)
62.94% Yes votes ......
37.06% No votes
- To support high-quality local elementary, middle and high school education to prepare students for college and careers with outstanding core academic programs in reading, writing, math and science and highly qualified teachers and classified staff, shall New Haven Unified School District authorizae a school parcel tax of $180 per year, for four yers, with citizen oversight, no funds for administrators' salaries, an exemption available for seniors and the disabled, and all funds staying in our local schools.
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