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Los Angeles County, CA March 8, 2005 Election
Measure RedondoBeach---J
Open Space
City of Redondo Beach

Advisory Vote Only
A 4,883 votes 55.5%
B 3,921 votes 44.5%

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For the properties bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, Catalina Avenue, Beryl Street, Harbor Drive and Herondo Street, the City Council requests you choose which of the following two visions, created by city residents through a consensus building process, you would prefer to guide future development:

A. Acquire and develop 76.5 acres for park and recreation purposes, including both passive and active uses, at a cost to the taxpayers estimated to be in excess of $345 million with the possibility of undetermined funding from outside public and private sources, including State bond funds; and with a combined annual General Fund increase in operating costs and loss of revenue estimated to be in excess of $2.9 million.

B. Allow mixed uses including a minimum 16 acres of park and privately financed development of 350 residences plus hotels and conference facilities including 400 standard and 150 condo hotel rooms. Public parks are estimated to cost $50.6 million to be financed by developer fees, redevelopment bonds, and approximately $6.6 million from taxpayers, with the possibility of undetermined funding from outside public or private sources. Net annual General Fund revenue increase of approximately $770,000 is anticipated.

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