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August 25, 2020 All-Mail Special Election

 

Offices on the Ballot

  • There are no County or State offices on the ballot for this Special Election.

Candidates on the Ballot

  • There are no County or State candidates for this Special Election.

Measures on the Ballot

San Andreas Fire Protection District

Measure A

  • To sustain the San Andreas Fire District staffing of its station and the equipment, facilities, training program, insurance and other systems necessary to protect lives, homes and businesses, shall the measure adding a special annual tax of $300 per improved property and $150 per unimproved property, without expiration, except for exemptions as set forth in resolution 2020-04-01, generating approximately $560,000 in revenue and increasing the District’s appropriations limit equal to revenue received, be adopted?

Yes                      No

 

Lynn Park Acres Community Services District

Measure B

  • To maintain Lynn Park Acres Community Service District roads shall a new special tax, replacing the existing one of $100 per improved lot and $75 per unimproved lot, be adopted without expiration, at $200 per improved lot and $150 per unimproved lot? This increase would generate $15,050 annually and would be collected semi-annually via property tax payments.

Yes                      No

 

West Point Fire Protection District

Measure C

  • To maintain a rapid local emergency medical and fire response solely within the West Point Fire Protection District, and continue current staffing of firefighters and equipment ready for emergencies, shall a special property tax of an additional $180.00 per year per parcel, raising approximately $350,000.00 annually, be adopted by the District, with a discretionary annual adjustment equal to the California Per-Capita Personal Income, but no greater than 3%, with all funds staying in our community?

Yes                      No

Fair Political Practices Commission

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