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THIS IS THE TEMPLATE BAY CITY NEWS SERVICE WILL USE ON ELECTION NIGHT TO PROVIDE RESULTS. NOTE: ON ELECTION NIGHT, THE DESCRIPTIVE TEXT FOR EACH MEASURE WILL NOT BE INCLUDED.



NOV. 4, 2014

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MEASURE E-NAPA VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT-TRUSTEE AREA 7 A $198 million bond issue to upgrade educational facilities and technology, expand career-training classrooms and prepare students for careers/university transfers (requires 55 percent majority).

^ MEASURE E-NAPA VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT-TRUSTEE AREA 7

1 of 4 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE H-SONOMA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT A $410 million bond issue to upgrade facilities, attract quality faculty, keep Santa Rosa Junior College current, upgrade classrooms, labs and technology and meet earthquake and fire codes (requires 55 percent majority).

^ MEASURE H-SONOMA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

1 of 413 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE I-SANTA ROSA HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT A $175 million bond issue to upgrade classrooms and science labs, replace deteriorating and outdated plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, provide updated classroom technology and acquire, renovate or construct classrooms, equipment, sites and facilities (requires 55 percent majority).

^ MEASURE I-SANTA ROSA HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

1 of 171 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE J-CINNABAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT A $2.5 million bond issue to repair or replace leaky roofs, modernize and renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities, replace outdated heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems and improve physical education fields and facilities (requires 55 percent majority).

^ MEASURE J-CINNABAR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT

1 of 4 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE K-OAK GROVE UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT A $6 million bond issue to make health, safety and handicapped improvements, modernize and renovate outdated classrooms, restrooms and school facilities, replace outdated windows, improve access to computers and modern technology and replace aging portables (requires 55 percent majority).

^ MEASURE K-OAK GROVE UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT

1 of 6 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE L-SANTA ROSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT A $54 million bond issue to repair or replace leaky roofs, repair deteriorating plumbing, sewer and electrical systems, provide updated classroom technology, upgrade security and fire alarms, make accessibility improvements and acquire, renovate or construct classrooms, equipment, sites and facilities (requires 55 percent majority).

^ MEASURE L-SANTA ROSA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT

1 of 37 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE M-SONOMA COUNTY A one-eighth cent sales tax increase for 10 years to restore and enhance library hours and services (requires two-thirds majority).

^ MEASURE M-SONOMA COUNTY

1 of 417 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE N-SANTA ROSA Reduces the utility users tax from 5 percent to 4.5 percent, modernizes it to include wireless and other technologies, with an exemption for low-income users, to help maintain essential city services (requires simple majority).

^ MEASURE N-SANTA ROSA

1 of 74 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE O-CLOVERDALE Establishes a utility users tax at 3 percent for eight years to maintain the city's Police Department, storm drains, repair potholes and streets and maintain other city services (requires simple majority).

^ MEASURE O-CLOVERDALE

1 of 3 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE P-HEALDSBURG Allows the city to continue to fluoridate its water (requires simple majority).

^ MEASURE P-HEALDSBURG

1 of 5 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE Q-PETALUMA Establishes a general transactions and use tax of 1 percent for street and sidewalk maintenance and repair, traffic improvements, flood protection, storm drainage, vehicle replacement, restoring public safety positions and public facilities improvements (requires simple majority).

^ MEASURE Q-PETALUMA

1 of 23 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE R-SEBASTOPOL Reduces the utility users tax from 4 percent to 3.75 percent, adds telecommunications, video and garbage services, continues the tax on gas and electricity to maintain essential city services such as police and fire, improving roads, sewers, parks and bicycle/pedestrian infrastructure (requires simple majority).

^ MEASURE R-SEBASTOPOL

1 of 3 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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MEASURE S-MONTE RIO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT A special tax of $60 for single-family residential properties, $39 for campsites, mobile home spaces, multi-family units and vacant parcels, and $1 per acre for timberland and maximum rates from $.04 to $.09 per square foot for lodging, commercial and industrial properties and increasing the district's appropriations limit (requires two-thirds majority).

^ MEASURE S-MONTE RIO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT

1 of 8 precincts reporting

YES 1

NO 1

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