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City of Angels

Measure C

Shall the measure imposing a one half percent (0.5%) sales tax, raising an estimated $400,000 annually, to fund essential City facilities and general City services, such as streets and sidewalk maintenance, fire and police services, and parks and museums; and to increase the City's appropriations limit for Fiscal Years 2019-2023 by the amount of tax proceeds received by the increase, be adopted?

Yes                  No


Central Calaveras Fire and Rescue Protection District

Measure D

To support and retain firefighters and emergency medical responders to protect our homes and businesses against fires and to respond and render emergency medical services, shall the Central Calaveras Fire and Rescue Protection District special parcel tax be increased to $150.00 per parcel, except for adjoining or contiguous parcels or parcels having a value less than $2000, and adopted without expiration?

Yes                  No


Vallecito Union School District

Measure E

To renovate, construct, equip, repair and improve classrooms and school facilities, including deteriorating roofs, heating and air conditioning systems, and construct a new multi-purpose room, shall Vallecito Union School District issue $11,000,000 in bonds under a no-tax-rate-increase-financing-plan, with an estimated levy of 3 cents per $100 of assessed valuation averaging $1.1 million raised per year anticipated through 2036, at legal rates, with annual audits and independent citizen oversight?

Yes                  No


West Point Fire Protection District

Measure F

           Shall the measure authorizing West Point Fire Protection District to adjust its appropriation limit for the periods 2012-2018 and 2019-2022, by an amount equal to special tax and grant funds received, be adopted? 

Yes                  No


County of Calaveras

Measure G

CALAVERAS COUNTY ESSENTIAL SERVICES MEASURE. Shall the measure to maintain and improve essential Calaveras County services including emergency fire district response and protection, Sheriff’s patrols helping prevent thefts/burglaries, road/pothole repairs, attracting/retaining businesses and other County services and infrastructure by increasing the transient occupancy tax (paid only by hotel/motel/short-term rental guests) from 6% to 12%, providing approximately $600,000 annually until ended by voters, with audits, and all funds used locally, be adopted?

Yes                  No

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