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LOCAL MEASURES TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE VOTERS

NOVEMBER 8, 2011 Consolidated Schools and Special Districts Election

 

Measure - S

City of Del Rey Oaks

Shall the existing one percent (1%) Transactions and Use Tax be re-authorized and

extended for a period of not more than five (5) years, unless terminated sooner by the

City Council or unless extension or re-authorization is approved by the voters of the City

at an election called for that purpose, the proceeds of said tax to be utilized for general

purposes?

Majority Approval Required to Pass this Measure

 

Measure - T

Bradley Union School District

To improve the quality of education at Bradley School, make health and safety

improvements; modernize classrooms and restrooms; repair leaky roofs; improve

student access to computers and modern technology; upgrade outdated electrical

systems; and replace old heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems, shall the

Bradley Union Elementary School District issue $1,100,000 of bonds at legal interest

rates, have an independent citizens’ oversight committee and have NO money used for

administrative or teacher salaries or be taken by the State?

55% Approval Required to Pass this Measure

 

Measure - U

City of Pacific Grove

Shall Chapter 23.52 of the Pacific Grove municipal Code be amended to allow not more

than 79 (total) additional motel guest units and ease guest unit restrictions that existed

prior to voter approval of measure C in 1986?

Majority Approval Required to Pass this Measure

 

Measure - V

Pacific Grove Unified School District

To preserve the educational quality of our schools in the face of Statewide budget cuts, including but not limited to science, math, music, art, computers and libraries; maintain small class sizes; and retain qualified teachers; shall Pacific Grove Unified School District levy $60 per parcel for four years to replace and extend the previously approved tax, with an independent citizens’ oversight committee, and all funds spent locally and no money used for administrative salaries or taken by the State?

2/3 Approval Required to Pass this Measure

 

The last day to submit arguments for or against Measures T and V with the Monterey County Election Department, located at 1370 B South Main Street in the city of Salinas, California is Friday, August 19, 2011 by 5:00 P.M.  Arguments are limited to 300 words and may be signed by up to five persons.

 

 

The last day to submit rebuttal arguments in response to arguments for or against Measures T and V with the  Monterey County Election Department, located at 1370 B South Main Street in the city of Salinas, California is Monday, August 29, 2011 by 5:00 P.M. Rebuttal arguments are limited to 250 words.

 

For deadlines and information regarding City measures, contact the Office of the City Clerk of each city in question.



 

 

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