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- Measure H.
Utility Tax to Include Changes In Technology and Laws
-- City of Santa Cruz
(Majority Approval Required)
63.26% Yes votes ......
36.74% No votes
To preserve the safety and quality of life of the City of
Santa Cruz through City services--including law
enforcement, fire protection, emergency medical
response, park maintenance and youth programs--and to
ensure that all taxpayers are treated fairly, shall the City's existing utility users tax be broadened to include changes in technology and laws, and increased by 1.5%, while including protections for low-income residents and seniors, and ensuring that all funds remain local?
- Measure Z.
-- Aromas-San Juan Unified School District
(55% Approval Required)
66.67% Yes votes ......
33.33% No votes
To improve the quality of public education, attract qualified teachers, provide up-to-date science labs/classrooms/
technology without increasing current tax rates, shall Aromas San Juan Unified School District equip classrooms with effective heating and cooling systems, upgrade aging plumbing, lighting/electrical systems, renovate restrooms, cafeteria, pay off facilities loans, repair, construct school facilities/acquire equipment, by issuing $9,700,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with mandatory audits, independent citizen oversight, no administrator salaries, and all money staying local?
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