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- Measure E.
Retirement Tax Repeal
-- City of Watsonville
(Majority Approval Required)
48.9% Yes votes ......
51.1% No votes
- Shall the City of Watsonville repeal Subdivision (b)(2) of
Section 1122 of Article XI of the Charter of the City of
Watsonville requiring a property tax to be collected for the
purpose of paying the City's obligations to the public
- Measure F.
-- Scotts Valley Fire Protection District
65.2% Yes votes ......
34.8% No votes
- Shall the Scotts Valley Fire Protection District
be authorized to issue general obligation bonds (in multiple
series, no bond exceeding 30 years from issuance) in a
principal amount not exceeding $8,000,000, bearing interest at
legal rates, to assist in constructing a new fire station and
administration building, pay costs of issuance, and levy an ad
valorem tax on taxable property in the District at a rate sufficient to
pay for the bonds and administration thereof?
- Measure N.
School Repair Measure
-- Aromas-San Juan Unified School District
49.2% Yes votes ......
50.8% No votes
(52.6%) Yes / 9 (47.4%) No in Santa Cruz County
(49.13%) Yes / 351 (50.87%) No in Monterey County
- School Repair Measure. To improve safety conditions of
neighborhood schools, replace relocatable classrooms
and to construct, acquire, upgrade and equip classrooms,
facilities and sites, shall Aromas-San Juan Unified School
District issue $23,500,000 of bonds at legal interest rates,
maintain its Citizens' Oversight Committee and enforce strict
financial accountability guidelines to guarantee that no bond
money used for salaries or other operating expenses?
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