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King City Union School District
Student Safety and Campus Security Bond
(55% Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE A

“To improve student safety and campus security, upgrade emergency notification systems, replace aging portable classrooms and repair restrooms and playgrounds at Del Rey Elementary, Santa Lucia Elementary, Chalone Peaks Middle, King City Arts Magnet School and King City Early Education Center, shall the measure by King City Union School District to issue $19,325,000 of bonds with legal rates, levies averaging less than 3 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for 34 years (generating $960,000/ year), annual audits and citizens’ oversight be adopted?”

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King City Union School District
Classroom Renovation and Modernization Bond
(55% Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE B

“To renovate and modernize aging classrooms and facilities including leaking roofs, outdated plumbing and electrical wiring, build new classrooms and upgrade classroom technology at Del Rey Elementary, Santa Lucia Elementary, Chalone Peaks Middle, King City Arts Magnet School and King City Early Education Center, shall the measure by King City Union School District to issue $18,975,000 of bonds with legal rates, levies averaging less than 3 cents per $100 of assessed valuation for 34 years (generating $950,000/ year), annual audits and citizens’ oversight be adopted?”

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Pacific Grove Unified School District
Student Safety and School Repair
(55% Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE D

“To replace outdated plumbing/electrical systems, upgrade fire alarms and emergency communication systems; repair/replace roofs and modernize classrooms at schools throughout the district, shall the Pacific Grove Unified School District measure authorizing $30 million of bonds be adopted with legal rates, yearly levies of less than 3 cents per $100 of assessed valuation through approximately 2039 (generating an average of $2.1 million dollars per year), annual audits, independent oversight and no estimated increase in current tax rates?”

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Soledad Unified School District
Teacher- Staff Housing Bond
(55% Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE E

“To allow Soledad’s teachers and staff to live in the community in which they work and improve the school district’s ability to attract and retain highly qualified employees by constructing teacher-staff rental housing, shall the Soledad Unified School District measure authorizing $11.5 million of bonds be adopted with legal interest rates raising approximately $750,000 for annual repayment through approximately 2049, projected levies of less than $0.03 per $100 assessed valuation, annual audits and citizens’ oversight?”

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Aromas-San Juan Unified School District
Classroom Repair and Modernization
(55% Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE M

“To repair and modernize classrooms and facilities; undertake seismic and earthquake safety upgrades and repairs; and qualify for state matching funds, shall the measure to reauthorize $4.2 million of Aromas-San Juan Unified School District’s bonds, previously approved by voters in 2010, as new bonds with legal rates, projected yearly average levies less than $0.02 per $100 of assessed valuation through approximately 2031 (generating an average $455,000 dollars per year), annual audits and taxpayer oversight, be adopted?”

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Cabrillo Community College District
Cabrillo College Technology, Job Training, Classroom Repair Measure
(55% Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE R

“CABRILLO COLLEGE TECHNOLOGY, JOB TRAINING, CLASSROOM REPAIR MEASURE. To repair/upgrade classrooms to better prepare students, veterans, workers for good jobs/university transfer by modernizing aging classrooms, technology/science labs; upgrading outdated wiring/ sewer lines; acquiring, constructing, repairing sites/facilities/equipment, shall Cabrillo Community College District’s measure authorizing $274,100,000 in bonds at legal rates, levying $19/$100,000 assessed valuation ($17,000,000 annually) while bonds are outstanding be approved, with audits,  no funding for administrators, and all funds used locally?”

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City of Carmel-by-the-Sea
Carmel Sales Tax Measure
(Majority Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE C

“Shall the Ordinance to increase the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea’s current 1% sales tax to 1.5% to generate an estimated $4.5 million per year for 20 years to enhance the City’s green infrastructure of parks, trails, beaches and trees; invest in community facilities and spaces; maintain public safety and emergency preparation; fund capital needs; address pension liabilities and provide general City services, with all funds staying local, and with an annual independent audit, be adopted?”

The documents related to the city measure are open for public viewing with the City Clerk at (831) 620-2000 or at cityclerk@ci.carmel.ca.us

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City of Del Rey Oaks
Essential Services Measure (General Transactions and Use Tax)
(Majority Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE F

“Essential Services Measure (General Transactions and Use Tax) To preserve essential city services and facilities in Del Rey Oaks, including crime prevention, emergency response, repair of streets and sidewalks, and other city services, shall a measure be adopted to extend indefinitely the existing one percent (1%) transactions and use tax that provides approximately $600,000 annually in revenue to be used only in Del Rey Oaks, the proceeds of said tax to be utilized for general governmental purposes?”

The documents related to the city measure are open for public viewing with the City Clerk at (831) 394-8511 or at  info@delreyoaks.org

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City of Monterey
Preserve City Services Measure
(Majority Voter Approval Required)
MEASURE G

“Shall the measure to protect the City of Monterey’s financial stability and maintain services such as police; fire; 9-1-1 emergency response; traffic management; library; senior/youth recreation programs; beach, park, forestry, and trail maintenance; housing programs, and other unrestricted general fund expenditures, by enacting a ½-cent per dollar sales tax for nine years, with all funds locally controlled, and all expenditures subject to independent audit, providing approximately $5,000,000 annually, be adopted?”

The documents related to the city measure are open for public viewing with the City Clerk at (831) 646-3935 or at bonner@monterey.org

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