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									                         KEY Jur: 1-County 2-City 3-School District                                                                                                                                                                   MEASTYPE: M-Measure R-Recall A-Advisory I-Initiative   Req: M-Majority T-Two-thirds A-Advisory



CO# JUR CNTYNAME              DATE        PLACE                         MEASTYPE LTR   REQ      YES         NO Ballot question                                                                       Proof   Type        Topic
 5   1 Calaveras              6/28/2005   Appaloosa Road CSD               M      A     T        73         15 Shall Resolution No. 05-02 of the Appaloosa Community Services District,              Y
                                                                                                               establishing a special tax for the following properties: $75.00 unimproved
                                                                                                               parcel, $75.00 improved parcel, for funding construction, opening, widening,
                                                                                                               extending, straightening, surfacing, and maintaining roads within the District,                       3           62
 5   1   Calaveras            6/28/2005   Appaloosa Road CSD                 M    B    M         74         14 Should the Appaloosa Road Community Services of bridges, culverts, curbs,
                                                                                                               and for incidental construction and improvements District issue revenue bonds    Y
                                                                                                               in order to borrow money in an amount not to exceed Three Hundred Thousand
                                                                                                               Dollars ($300,000) to be repaid with assessment revenues over a period not to
                                                                                                               exceed 15 years with an annual interest rate not to exceed six and one-quarter                       12           62
 5   1   Calaveras            6/28/2005   Appaloosa Road CSD                 M    C     T        10          2 Shall Resolution No. purposesthe District road improvements and District,
                                                                                                               percent (6 1/4%) for 05-06 of of Appaloosa Community Services                    Y
                                                                                                               establishing a special tax for the Buckskin Zone in the amount of $250.00 on
                                                                                                               unimproved parcel and $250.00 on improved parcel, for funding for opening,
                                                                                                               widening, extending, straightening, surfacing, and maintaining roads within the                       3           62
 7   1   Contra Costa         2/15/2005   Diablo CSD                         M    Z     T       329        117 Shall theand for incidental Community Services District be of bridges, culverts, Y
                                                                                                               District, Knightsen Town construction and improvements formed upon as
                                                                                                               affirmative vote by two-thirds of the voters and become effective July 1, 2005
                                                                                                               and include the territory shown in Exhibit A of the Board of Supervisors
                                                                                                               Resolution and be authorized to levy up to a $200 annual tax for developed                            3       101
 7   1   Contra Costa         8/30/2005   CSA P-2 (Zone A)                   M    D     T      1,222       601 Shall Contraup to a County Ordinance 2005-09 be approved to increase the of Y
                                                                                                               parcels and Costa $100 annual tax for undeveloped parcels for the purpose
                                                                                                               existing parcel tax on County Service Area P-2 (Zone A), to annual maximums
                                                                                                               of $280 per parcel for residential property (single and multiple), $1,680 per
                                                                                                               parcel for commercial/ industrial/institutional property, and to $8,400 per parcel                    3           32
 7   1   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   County Service Area R-7A           M    S    M       3,383     1,643 for commercial/theater property to provide funding toXIII-B forthe level Service
                                                                                                               Shall the appropriations limit under California Article restore County of police Y
                                                                                                               Area R-7A (Alamo Parks and Recreation) be increased to $990,000 and
                                                                                                               adjusted for changes in the cost-of-living and population, with the increase
                                                                                                               effective for the Fiscal Years 2006/2007 through 2009/2010 (inclusive) to
                                                                                                               provide for the expenditure of funds that will be available to the Service Area                      60       100
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    Cameron Park CSD                   M    C     T      3,504     1,612 To construct and fiscal years? Park recreational community center, including Y
                                                                                                               during the stated equip Cameron
                                                                                                               meeting/classrooms, a youth activity area, facilities for senior meals and
                                                                                                               programs, recreational and competition pools, gym, exercise/dance room,
                                                                                                               assembly hall with a theater and stage for community productions, shall
                                                                                                               Cameron Park Community Services District issue $8,500,000 of bonds at legal                          11           78
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    CSA No. 10 Zone F                  M    F     T      3,615       819 To maintain libraryaservices in the South Lake Tahoe maintainbenefit (Zone F) Y
                                                                                                               rates and appoint Citizens' Oversight Committee to Zone of financial
                                                                                                               within county Service Area 10, shall a $15.00 per library special tax be
                                                                                                               imposed annually upon all parcels in the Zone to replace the expiring library
                                                                                                               assessments of $15, for the sole purpose of providing library service within                          3           71
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    CSA No. 10 Zone G                  M    G     T      1,850       732 such zone, commencing in 2005/2006 for a period of of Benefit (Zone G) with
                                                                                                               To maintain library services in the Georgetown Zone ten (10) years, and within Y
                                                                                                               county Service Area 10, shall a $15.00 per library special tax be imposed
                                                                                                               annually upon all parcels in the Zone to replace the expiring library
                                                                                                               assessments of $12, for the sole purpose of providing library service within                          3           71
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    CSA No. 10 Zone H                  M    H     T     14,840     7,441 To maintaincommencing in 2005/2006 for a period of Pines Zone of benefit
                                                                                                               such zone, library services in the Placerville/Pollock ten (10) years, and with Y
                                                                                                               (Zone H) within county Service Area 10, shall a $15.00 per library special tax
                                                                                                               be imposed annually upon all parcels in the Zone to replace the expiring library
                                                                                                               assessments of $12, for the sole purpose of providing library service within                          3           71
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    CSA No. 7                          M    M     T     22,345    17,794 such zone, commencingtax 2005/2006 for a periodparcel of real property within Y
                                                                                                               Shall an annual special in of $5.00 be levied per of ten (10) years, and with
                                                                                                               County Services Area Number 7 (west slope of El Dorado County), to be
                                                                                                               assessed and collected with, other property taxes commencing with fiscal year
                                                                                                               2005/2006, provided the special tax may be adjusted annually by the California                        3       100
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    El Dorado                          M    B    M      23,415           Consumer Price Index at the beginning of each fiscal year, beginning on July 1, Y
                                                                                                        22,554 Shall the resolution adopting a general plan for El Dorado County, entitled
                                                                                                               "Resolution No. 235-2004 of the Board of Supervisors of the County of El
                                                                                                               Dorado Adopting the El Dorado County 2004 General Plan; a Plan for Managed                           70           21
                                                                                                               Growth and Open Roads; a Plan for Quality Neighborhoods and Traffic Relief,"
 9   1   El Dorado            3/8/2005    El Dorado                          M    D    M      18,023    27,492 Shall Measure D, which would amend the County Charter to add sections: (1)       Y
                                                                                                               prohibiting the Board of Supervisors from adopting a general plan allowing
                                                                                                               traffic congestion on Highway 50 west of Placerville to reach level of service F
                                                                                                               during peak-hour commute periods at build-out using a specified basis for
                                                                                                               determining traffic capacity, and (2) requiring the Board to postpone approving                      20           63
 9   1   El Dorado            5/3/2005    Cosumnes River CSD                 M    E     T        36            single-family residential subdivisions of 3 or more parcels until Highway 50 is
                                                                                                            46 Shall the Cosumnes River Community Services District increase the special        Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7       112
                                                                                                               tax by $75.00 with a annual option by the Board of Directors to increase the
 9   1   El Dorado            5/3/2005    CSA Area# 9                        M    K     T        39         27 Shall an annual special tax be levied in an amount not more than $600.00 on      Y
                                                                                                               each parcel of real property commencing with fiscal year 2005/06 and
                                                                                                               continuing each year thereafter? Said tax is to be assessed and collected with
                                                                                                               the El Dorado County General Taxes commencing with the forthcoming                                    3       112
 9   1   El Dorado            5/3/2005    Nashville Trail CSD                M    I1    T        34            2005/06 Nashville Trail continuing Service District raise yearly road used
                                                                                                            11 Shall the fiscal year andCommunity each year thereafter, and shall be repaironly Y                    7        62
 9   1   El Dorado            5/3/2005    Nashville Trail CSD                M    I2    T        33         12 Presently, owners with two or more parcels of land do not pay the yearly         Y
                                                                                                               assessment fee for more than one parcel so long as there are no dwellings on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3       112
                                                                                                               the additional parcels. Shall the Service district discontinue that dispensation
 9   1   El Dorado            5/3/2005    Nashville Trail CSD                M    I3    T        33         12 Shall the Service District raise yearly fees from $200 to $1000 for properties   Y
                                                                                                               on which are housed businesses that impact road traffic and are classified and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1           62
                                                                                                               licensed by the County of El Dorado as: Wineries/Breweries (code 707),
 9   1   El Dorado            8/2/2005    Rising Hill Road CSD               M    O     T       112         27 Shall the Rising Hill Road Community Service District increase the Special Tax Y
                                                                                                               by $100.00 with three year annual option by the Board of Directors to increase
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7       112
                                                                                                               the Special Tax by $50.00 per year and in addition increase the District's
 9   1   El Dorado            8/2/2005    West El Largo CSD                  M    N     T        17          3 Shall the special tax of the West El Largo Community Services District be        Y
                                                                                                               established at $150 per unimproved and $300 per improved parcel to provide
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3           62
                                                                                                               funds for road maintenance and repaving, and liability insurance for the West
 9   1   El Dorado            11/8/2005   CSA Area 10, Zone H                M    L     T     16,005    12,603 Shall a special tax be levied on real property within County Services Area 10,   Y
                                                                                                               Zone H, to fund library services within Zone H, including the Placerville and
                                                                                                               Pollock Pines libraries, commencing in fiscal year 2006/2007 and expiring after
                                                                                                               15 years, at annual rates (increasing by the Consumer Price Index up to 3%
                                                                                                               annually): $15 per parcel of improved property (excluding churches, cemeteries
                                                                                                               and schools), vacant residential property up to 2.5 acres, and vacant multi-                          3           71
 9   1   El Dorado            11/8/2005   CSA Area 3                         M    S     T      1,386     1,243 residential property; $12 annual benefit assessment imposed to residences
                                                                                                               Shall the current $20.00 per residence for parcels with multiple fund snow       Y
                                                                                                               removal services within the County Service Area No. 3 be replaced by a
                                                                                                               $50.00 annual special tax upon all improved parcels, with specified exceptions,                       3       105
                                                                                                               within the Zone commencing in the fiscal year 2006/2007, to be used
12   1   Humboldt             11/8/2005   Manila CSD                         M    R    M        120        155 Should Manila Community Services District territory be included in the County Y
                                                                                                               of Humboldt's Redevelopment Zone, thereby diverting for 45 years a portion of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3           29
                                                                                                               the District future property tax revenues to finance the County's redevelopment
12   1   Humboldt             11/8/2005   Redway CSD                         M    S    M         55        325 Should Redway Community Services District territory be included in the County Y
                                                                                                               of Humboldt's Redevelopment Zone, thereby diverting for 45 years a portion of
                                                                                                               the District future property tax revenues to finance the County's redevelopment                       3           29
                                                                                                               projects?
13   1   Imperial             6/7/2005    Salton CSD                         M    M    M        112        111 Shall Ordinance No. 2005-1-1 of the Salton Community Services District           Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    70       102
                                                                                                               regarding the management and disposition of the Sewer Construction Fund be
13   1   Imperial             11/8/2005   Imperial                           A    P    M      15,559     4,061 (ADVISORY) Do you support the placement of a new regional international          Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    30           74
                                                                                                               airport in the County of Imperial to replace or augment those services provided
19   1   Los Angeles          11/8/2005   Los Angeles-Antelope Valley Area   A    J    M      12,799    33,518 (ADVISORY) Do you support the formation of a new Antelope Valley Flood           Y
                                                                                                               Control District, which would take three to four years to form at an ongoing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    30           44
                                                                                                               average annual property assessment currently estimated to be approximately
19   1   Los Angeles          11/8/2005   Los Angeles-Antelope Valley Area   A    K    M      10,393    31,143 (ADVISORY) Do you support the annexation of Antelope Valley to the existing Y
                                                                                                               Los Angeles County Flood Control District, which would take two to three years
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    30           44
                                                                                                               to annex at an ongoing average annual property assessment currently
21   1   Marin                3/7/2005    Marinwood CSD                      M    D     T       899        368 Shall Marinwood Community Services District Ordinance 16, which imposes an Y
                                                                                                               annual special tax of one hundred and fifty ($150.00) dollars on each improved
                                                                                                               parcel within Marinwood Community Services District for park, open spaces
                                                                                                               and street landscape maintenance, and which allows for annual cost of living                          3       105
21   1   Marin                11/8/2005   Muir Beach CSD                     M    C     T       175         23 Shall Ordinance 2005-1 of thebe approved Community Services District levying Y
                                                                                                               adjustment to the special tax, Muir Beach and shall the Marinwood Community
                                                                                                               a special tax annually for a period of four (4) years, commencing FY 2006-
                                                                                                               2007, terminating in FY 2010-2011, in the amount of $3,250.00 per parcel for
                                                                                                               improved commercially zoned property, $300.00 per separate habitable                                  3       104
26   1   Mono                 11/8/2005   Mono                               M    A    M       1,719     1,240 structure county ordinance entitled The Fiscal Office Consolidation Act
                                                                                                               Shall the on parcels containing residential property and $300.00 per parcel on        Y
                                                                                                               (consolidating the currently elective county offices of Auditor-Controller and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    70           43
                                                                                                               Treasurer-Tax Collector into a new appointive county office of Director of                           70           43
26   1   Mono                 11/8/2005   Mono                               M    B    M       1,592     1,404 Shall the county office of Clerk-Recorder become appointive instead of                Y
27   1   Monterey             11/8/2005   Monterey                           M    C    M      18,958    58,906 Shall Resolution No. 04-421 amending the Monterey County General Plan and             Y
                                                                                                               the Greater Salinas Area Plan, including amending the Rancho San Juan Area
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    70           26
                                                                                                               of Development Concentration Development Guidelines and Principles, be
30   1   Orange               11/8/2005   Orange                             M    B    M     204,125   388,694 Shall the ordinance requiring that the County's Proposition 172 sales tax             Y
                                                                                                               revenues be allocated by the County only to eligible public safety services,
                                                                                                               defined as public safety services provided by the County of Orange,
                                                                                                               specifically the County Probation Department, including its juvenile hall
                                                                                                               detention facilities and its adult and juvenile offenders' monitoring programs;
                                                                                                               the County Sheriff-Coroner, including its adult correctional facilities,                             70           30
30   1   Orange               11/8/2005   Orange                             M    C    M     161,530   422,195 investigative divisions, specialized patrol functions and coroner investigation
                                                                                                               Shall the ordinance shifting a portion of the County's Proposition 172 sales tax      Y
                                                                                                               revenues from the County Sheriff-Coroner and District Attorney to the Orange
                                                                                                               County Homeland Security Infrastructure Fund and establishing the Homeland
                                                                                                               Security Infrastructure Oversight Committee, as described herein: commencing
                                                                                                               in fiscal year 2006-2007, $10 million would be allocated to the Homeland
                                                                                                               Security Infrastructure Fund ("Homeland Security Fund"); in fiscal year 2009-
                                                                                                               2010 and every fiscal year thereafter, the County's $10 million allocation to the
                                                                                                               Homeland Security Fund will increase or decrease by the same percentage as
                                                                                                               the prior fiscal year's increase or decrease in the amount of Proposition 172
                                                                                                               sales tax revenues the County receives that is not allocated to cities                               70           30
                                                                                                               ("County's Share"); this ordinance would create the Homeland Security
30   1   Orange               11/8/2005   Orange                             I    D    M     160,711   433,868 (INITIATIVE) Shall the ordinance shifting a portion of the County's Proposition       Y
                                                                                                               172 sales tax revenues from the County Sheriff-Coroner and District Attorney
                                                                                                               to the Orange County Fire Authority ("OCFA"), a joint powers agency serving
                                                                                                               43% of the County's population in 22 of 34 cities and unincorporated territory,
                                                                                                               utilizing the following formula: the amount of Proposition 172 sales tax
                                                                                                               revenues the County receives that is not allocated to cities ("County's Share")
                                                                                                               in fiscal year 2004-2005 ("Base Year Amount") would be subtracted from the
                                                                                                               County's Share, beginning with the 2005-2006 fiscal year; if the resulting figure
                                                                                                               is a positive number, 50% of that amount would be allocated to OCFA, and
                                                                                                               50% plus the Base Year Amount would be allocated to the County for                                   40           33
                                                                                                               allocation to public safety providers as provided by California law; however, for
30   1   Orange               11/8/2005   Orange                             M    E    M     183,130   399,250 Shall the ordinance shifting a portion of the County's Proposition 172 sales tax      Y
                                                                                                               revenues from the County Sheriff-Coroner and District Attorney to the County
                                                                                                               Probation Department, utilizing the following formula: commencing with the
                                                                                                               2005-2006 fiscal year and for each fiscal year thereafter, 5% of the County's
                                                                                                               share of Proposition 172 sales tax revenues during each such fiscal year will
                                                                                                               be allocated to the Probation Department and the remaining 95% would be                              70           30
31   1   Placer               11/8/2005   Placer                             A    H    M      63,280    40,828 available for allocation by the County to public 1,136 acres adjacent to the
                                                                                                               (ADVISORY) Should Placer County designate safety service providers                    Y
                                                                                                               Western boundary of Roseville as the location for a new private, accredited
                                                                                                               four-year university and community, provided that no taxpayer funds are used
                                                                                                               to build the university, all provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act
                                                                                                               are followed during all phases of the project, and that the Board of Supervisors                     30           22
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco                      M    B     T    119,095    91,952 Shall the cityauthority to implement or amendindebtedness to finance sheet
                                                                                                               reserves its incur $208,000,000 of bonded the Placer County General Plan              Y
                                                                                                               reconstruction, pavement renovation, disabled access curb ramp construction,
                                                                                                               sidewalk and street improvements, street structure rehabilitation and
                                                                                                               improvements, pedestrian safety street and signal improvements, street                               11           62
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco                      M    C    M      81,672   120,968 Shall the City create a new budgetall other structures and Commission that
                                                                                                               improvements for bicycle use and process for the Ethics improvements                  Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    70           43
                                                                                                               alters the role of the Mayor, and authorize the Commission to hire outside
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco                      M    D    M      71,585   129,801 Shall the President of the Board of Supervisors nominate three members and            Y
                                                                                                               the Mayor nominate four members to the Municipal Transportation Agency
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    70           43
                                                                                                               Board of Directors, and shall the members be prevented from serving as "hold
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco                      M    E    M     138,765    58,998 Shall the election date of the Assessor-Recorder and Public Defender be               Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    70           48
                                                                                                               moved from the Statewide Primary election in June to the municipal election
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38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco            I    F     M   119,581    88,062 (INITIATIVE) Shall the City maintain and operate all 42 firehouses and specific       Y
                                                                                                                                                                                              40    34
                                                                                                    emergency and rescue vehicles and equipment at the same levels that were
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco            M    G     M   138,069    65,862 May the underground parking garage in Golden Gate Park have one entrance-             Y
                                                                                                    exit inside the Park without dedicated access lanes that lead outside the Park,
                                                                                                                                                                                              70    63
                                                                                                    and shall the number of lanes of automobiles traffic in parts of the Park be
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco            M    H     M   123,033    89,856 Shall the City ban the manufacture, distribution, sale and transfer of firearms       Y
                                                                                                                                                                                              70    40
                                                                                                    and ammunition within San Francisco, and ban City residents from possessing
38   1   San Francisco        11/8/2005   San Francisco            I    I     M   125,581    86,723 (INITIATIVE) Shall it be City policy to oppose military recruiting in public          Y
                                                                                                                                                                                              40   200
                                                                                                    schools and consider funding scholarships for education and training that could
40   1   San Luis Obispo      9/27/2005   Director, Los Osos CSD   R   C-05   M     3,391     3,231 Shall STAN GUSTAFSON be recalled (removed) from the office of Director of             Y   50    46
                                                                                                    the Los Osos Community Services District?
40   1   San Luis Obispo      9/27/2005   Director, Los Osos CSD   R   D-05   M     3,358     3,264 Shall GORDON HENSLEY be recalled (removed) from the office of Director of             Y   50    46
                                                                                                    the Los Osos Community Services District?
40   1   San Luis Obispo      9/27/2005   Director, Los Osos CSD   R   E-05   M     3,412     3,215 Shall RICHARD LEGROS be recalled (removed) from the office of Director of             Y   50    46
                                                                                                    the Los Osos Community Services District?

40   1   San Luis Obispo      9/27/2005   Los Osos CSD             M   B-05   M     3,289     3,269 Shall an ordinance of the Los Osos Community Services District be approved Y              70   102
                                                                                                    to amend the District Code relating to the siting of certain sewer and
44   1   Santa Cruz           5/3/2005    CSA No. 11               M    V     T      708        421 Special Tax to Support Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Facilities in County       Y
                                                                                                    Service Area No. 11, McGregor Community Zone of Benefit. Shall the County
                                                                                                    of Santa Cruz be authorized to acquire and develop the McGregor Property for
                                                                                                    park property, and to operate and maintain such park property to the extent
                                                                                                    funds are available, for children, adults, and seniors in County Service Area              3    78
46   1   Sierra               11/8/2005   Sierra                   M    A     M      832            No. 11, McGregor Community Zone of Benefit, by levying a special tax of
                                                                                                564 Shall the Sierra County Transient Occupancy Tax be applied to federally owned Y
                                                                                                    campgrounds and other properties that are occupied for transient lodging, as
                                                                                                                                                                                               9    78
                                                                                                    provided for in Sierra County Ordinance 967?
49   1   Sonoma               11/8/2005   Sonoma                   M    M     M    73,670    90,658 Shall the "Sonoma County Genetically Engineered Organism Nuisance                 Y
                                                                                                    Abatement Ordinance" which would, for at least for the next ten years: (1)
                                                                                                    prohibit the raising, growing, propagation, cultivation, sale, or distribution of
                                                                                                    most genetically engineered organisms; (2) require the Sonoma County                      70   200
52   1   Tehama               11/8/2005   Tehama                   M    A     M     8,673           Agricultural CommissionerCharter be amended, effective January 8, 2007 to:
                                                                                                                                to enforce the ordinance by, after a hearing,
                                                                                              6,323 Shall the Tehama County                                                           Y
                                                                                                    (1) separate the elected office of Tehama County Public Administrator from
                                                                                                    elected offices of Sheriff and Corner; (2) make the office of Tehama County               20    43
                                                                                                    Public Administrator an appointed office; and (3) consolidate the office of
54   1   Tulare               11/8/2005   Ponderosa CSD            M    J     T       20          9 Ponderosa Community Services District Snow Removal Measure. Shall the                 Y
                                                                                                    Ponderosa Community Service be permitted to increase, on an annual basis
                                                                                                    starting in the 2006-2007 fiscal year, the annual snow removal fee paid by
                                                                                                    each District property owner, in accordance with the Los Angeles Engineering               3   105
55   1   Toulumne             11/8/2005   Tuolumne                 M    L     M    10,594     7,424 Shall the orderas set forth in the May edition of each year, in order for the
                                                                                                    News Record adopted June 27, 2005 by Local Agency Formation                           Y
                                                                                                    Commission Tuolumne County Ordering formation of Tuolumne County
                                                                                                    Resource Conservation District, funded by grants, donations, and fees for
                                                                                                    service, to manage conservation projects including soil/water conservation
                                                                                                    projects, wildlife habitat enhancement, weed control, watershed restoration,
                                                                                                    conservation planning, forest and rangeland stewardship, and education be                 70    53
58   1   Yuba                 11/8/2005   Yuba                     A    G     M     6,714     7,308 approved, subject to the terms andresort/hotel specified in the order, including
                                                                                                    (ADVISORY) Should a destination conditions and American Indian gaming                 Y
                                                                                                                                                                                              30    22
                                                                                                    Casino be located within the sports/entertainment zone on Forty Mile Road in
1    2   Alameda              11/8/2005   Emeryville               M    C     M     1,245     1,051 Shall an ordinance establishing annual permitting requirements for large hotels       Y
                                                                                                    within the City of Emeryville conditioned upon compliance with special
                                                                                                    employment regulations regarding payment of specified wages and health                    70    42
                                                                                                    benefits to employees, workers retention and reinstatement rights, overtime
1    2   Alameda              11/8/2005   Livermore                I    D     M     7,663    19,678 (INITIATIVE) Shall the people of Livermore amend the Livermore General Plan           Y
                                                                                                    concerning the North Livermore Urban Growth Boundary and other provisions
                                                                                                                                                                                              40    21
                                                                                                    to permit 2,450 units of residential development and related public facilities in
1    2   Alameda              11/8/2005   Livermore                M    E     M    18,951     6,854 Shall the City of Livermore participate in the LAVWMA Export Pipeline                 Y
                                                                                                    Facilities Project to increase the City's wastewater disposal capacity to meet
                                                                                                    the current General Plan with the conditions that voters must approve future
                                                                                                    proposals that: (1) connect to the City sewer system any land brought inside              70   102
5    2   Calaveras            8/30/2005   City of Angels           M    A     T      173      1,069 Shall Ordinance No. 420Boundary after November 1, 2005, that will have new
                                                                                                    the City's Urban Growth of the City of Angels authorizing the City Council to     Y
                                                                                                    impose a special purpose transactions and use tax at a rate of .075% for the
                                                                                                                                                                                               4    62
                                                                                                    purpose of constructing a north and south arterial road be adopted?
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Antioch                  I    K     M    12,612     8,513 (INITIATIVE) Shall the electors adopt the City of Antioch Growth Control, Traffic Y
                                                                                                    Relief, Voter-Approved Urban Limit Line, and Roddy Ranch Development
                                                                                                                                                                                              40    63
                                                                                                    General Plan Reduction Initiative Ordinance?
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Brentwood                M    L     M     5,151     5,314 Shall the voters approve the City of Brentwood Voter Approved Urban Limit         Y
                                                                                                    Line measure, which would amend the City of Brentwood's General Plan by
                                                                                                    creating an Urban Limit Line to guide future growth and development in a
                                                                                                    manner consistent with the General Plan and should qualify the City of                    70    21
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Clayton                  M    M     T     2,084     2,541 Shall the City Council be authorized"return to source" landscape tax for 15
                                                                                                    Brentwood to receive Measure J's to levy a special funds from the Contra          Y
                                                                                                    years, issue no more than $2,800,000 in improvement bonds, and finance
                                                                                                    public services and facilities through Community Facilities District 2005-1
                                                                                                    (replacing existing District 1997-1) in the initial annual amount of $365.00 per
                                                                                                    residential parcel and non-residential acre (subject to annual CPI increases),             3   105
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Pittsburg                M    N     M     4,417     5,892 Shall the office city clerk be appointive? trails, downtown park, fountain and
                                                                                                    for public landscaping, weed abatement,                                           Y       70    43
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Pittsburg                M    O     M     4,319     6,016 Shall the office of city treasurer be appointive?                                 Y       70    43
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Pittsburg                M    P     M     5,577     5,199 Shall the voters of the City of Pittsburg approve a proposal to amend the City    Y
                                                                                                    General Plan and Zoning Map by: (1) establishing a voter-approved urban limit
                                                                                                    line, which could only be changed by a vote of the people; (2) prezoning certain          70    22
                                                                                                    lands outside the City limits; (3) adding a new General Plan goal; and (4)
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Richmond                 M    Q     M     6,843    12,778 Shall the ordinance amending the City of Richmond Transactions and Use Tax Y
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                                                                                                    Ordinance to increase the tax rate by one-half percent (1/2%) be adopted?
7    2   Contra Costa         11/8/2005   Walnut Creek             M    R     T    16,133    10,087 To replace the outdated, undersized, worn out downtown library with a new         Y
                                                                                                    library accessible to all, with adequate space for books and materials,
                                                                                                    children's reading programs, a computer, homework and tutoring center for
                                                                                                    local students, and the space and equipment to offer computer and Internet
                                                                                                    programs for adults and seniors, shall the City of Walnut Creek issue $21                 11    71
9    2   El Dorado            11/8/2005   El Dorado Hills          M    P     M     5,092     6,565 Shall the resolution adopting on July 11, 2005, by the El Dorado and parking for Y
                                                                                                    million of bonds to build a new downtown library, adjoining plaza Local Agency
                                                                                                    Formation Commission ordering the incorporation of the City of El Dorado Hills
                                                                                                    and further ordering dissolution and reorganization of the El Dorado Hills
                                                                                                    Community Services District, and detachment of the territory to be                        70    44
9    2   El Dorado            11/8/2005   El Dorado Hills          M    Q     M     6,771     3,794 incorporated fromthe City Service of the9, to be El Dorado Hills be elected in
                                                                                                    Shall members of County Council Area City of confirmed, subject to the terms Y
                                                                                                    future elections at-large or by district? Select only one of the following
                                                                                                    methods: City Council members shall be elected in the At-Large ("yes" column) -           70    48
                                                                                                    OR- City Council members shall be elected in the future by District ("no"
9    2   El Dorado            11/8/2005   South Lake Tahoe         M    R     T     1,518     1,810 Shall the current $20.00 annual benefit assessment imposed to fund snow            Y
                                                                                                    removal services within the City of South Lake Tahoe, be replaced by a
                                                                                                    $40.00 annual special tax upon all improved parcels, with specified exceptions,            3   105
                                                                                                    subject to an annual inflation adjustment not to exceed 3%, to be used
13   2   Imperial             6/7/2005    Calexico                 A    N     M     2,040     1,582 (ADVISORY) Shall Ordinance No. 1019 to give the City of Calexico the               Y
                                                                                                    authority to negotiate an agreement with the Manzanita Band of the Kumeyaay
                                                                                                                                                                                              70    90
                                                                                                    Indians concerning development and operation of a gaming and entertainment
13   2   Imperial             11/8/2005   Brawley                  M    O     M     1,907     1,749 Shall the City of Brawley extend the collection of the four percent Utility User's Y
                                                                                                    Tax (established by Ordinance NUMBER 98-06), scheduled to expire June 1,
                                                                                                    2008, upon the following utility services: defined telephone, electricity, gas,
                                                                                                    water, sewer, trash collection and cable television, in order to maintain city
                                                                                                    public services, including, but not limited to: police, fire emergency,                    5   100
13   2   Imperial             11/8/2005   Calexico                 M    Q     M     2,370       934 Shall Ordinance No. 1023, which and recreation; for a periodfor the Heffernan
                                                                                                    administration, library, and parks extends the sunset clause of five years from Y
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                                                                                                    Memorial Hospital District half-cent sales tax for a period of 10 additional
15   2   Kern                 11/8/2005   Delano                   M    H     T     1,881     1,661 Shall there be enacted in the City of Delano a temporary sales tax rate           Y
                                                                                                    increase of one-half of one percent (0.50%) which will end after twenty (20)
                                                                                                                                                                                               4    62
                                                                                                    years, the proceeds of which shall be used for street and road improvements?
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Bell Gardens             M    A     M     1,408       363 Shall the ordinance amending Bell Gardens Municipal Code Section                  Y
                                                                                                    2.60.010 be adopted to read "Pursuant to Section 1301 of the California
                                                                                                    Elections Code, the City Municipal Election date shall be the first Tuesday after
                                                                                                    the first Monday in November of odd-numbered years, commencing on
                                                                                                    November 6, 2007," causing the consolidation of the Bell Gardens general                  70    48
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Beverly Hills            M    A     M     4,482     3,898 municipal elections with the Los Angeles County City Council of the City of
                                                                                                    Shall Resolution No. 11688, a Resolution of the consolidated general              Y
                                                                                                    Beverly Hills amending the Beverly Hills General Plan by changing the land use
                                                                                                    map designation for that real property located at 203-221 Canon Drive/202-
                                                                                                    240 Beverly Drive (the "Beverly Hills Gardens Specific Plan Area") from low-              70    22
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Carson                   M    A     M     3,772     5,420 Shall Ordinance No.to Specific Plan and adopting the Beverly Hills Gardens
                                                                                                    density commercial 04-1328 be adopted, which ordinance renames the                Y
                                                                                                                                                                                               9   112
                                                                                                    transient occupancy tax to the Uniform Hotel Visitors Tax and increases such
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    La Habra Heights         M    A     M     1,224       279 Shall an Ordinance be adopted to renew the City's authority to spend existing         Y
                                                                                                    revenues from the special fire tax approved by two-thirds of the City's voters in
                                                                                                                                                                                              60   110
                                                                                                    1997 to provide essential fire services by renewing the voter-approved
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    La Habra Heights         M    B     M     1,212       302 Shall Ordinance No. 259 be adopted to amend and clarify the existing special          Y
                                                                                                    fire tax to provide that the proceeds of the special fire tax may be used to fund
                                                                                                    not only fire prevention and suppression services, but also life safety services,         70    34
                                                                                                    including, but not limited to, paramedic and emergency medical response
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    La Verne                 M    S     M     2,521     2,352 To maintain current levels of public service in La Verne, shall an ordinance be       Y
                                                                                                                                                                                               5   112
                                                                                                    adopted to increase the existing utility user's tax from 4% to 6%?
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Los Angeles              M    1     M   244,808   121,238 Shall the Charter be amended to authorize the City Council of the City of Los         Y
                                                                                                    Angeles to include new Port Police officers in the same pension plan as new
                                                                                                    members of the Los Angeles Police Department (Fire and Police Pension Plan -
                                                                                                    Tier 5) and to give current Port Police Officers the choice of joining that Plan or       20    42
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Los Angeles              M    2     M   213,324   128,105 Shall the Charter be amended to authorize the adoption of pension costs (1)
                                                                                                    staying in their current retirement plan, with all Port Police ordinances to:   Y
                                                                                                    allow retired police officers and firefighters to return to active duty by
                                                                                                    terminating their pensions and being rehired, (2) allow the maximum amount of
                                                                                                    health subsidies for retirees and beneficiaries of the Plan to be set by                  20    42
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Manhattan Beach          M   A      M       957     5,701 Shall an ordinance allow the City to pay part of employee contributions to the
                                                                                                    ordinance, and (3) be adopted which repeals existing term limits for City       Y         70    45
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Monterey Park            M   AA     T     4,045     2,816 Shall an ordinance be adopted by two-thirds plus-one voters preventing severe Y
                                                                                                    cuts to existing levels of public safety and addressing future protection
                                                                                                    demands by adding a daily fifth police patrol and a firefighter-paramedic
                                                                                                    position, bonding to replace two aged and substandard fire stations, resolving             3    32
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Redondo Beach            M    G     M     4,910     4,061 Shall an Ordinance amendingsafety pension shortfall so it is protected through Y
                                                                                                    pay unfairness, and fund the Section 8-2.03 of the Redondo Beach Municipal
                                                                                                    Code to authorize increasing the transient occupancy tax charged to guests by
                                                                                                    hotel operators from the current ten percent (10%) to an amount not to exceed              9   112
                                                                                                    twelve percent (12%) of the rent charged by the operators effective July 1,
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Redondo Beach            M    H     M     3,786     4,997 Shall an Ordinance amending the Redondo Beach Municipal Code Section 6-         Y
                                                                                                    1.22 regarding Business License Tax rates, last modified in 1991, authorizing
                                                                                                                                                                                               1   112
                                                                                                    the establishment of an annual CPI adjustment to begin July, 2005, be
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    Redondo Beach            A    J     M     4,883     3,921 (ADVISORY) For the properties bounded by Pacific Coast Highway, Catalina        Y
                                                                                                    Avenue, Beryl Street, Harbor Drive and Herondo Street, the City Council
                                                                                                    requests you choose which of the following two visions, created by city
                                                                                                    residents through a consensus building process, you would prefer to guide
                                                                                                    future development (Yes=A, No=B): A. Acquire and develop 76.5 acres for park
                                                                                                    and recreation purposes, including both passive and active uses, at a cost to
                                                                                                    the taxpayers estimated to be in excess of $345 million with the possibility of
                                                                                                    undetermined funding from outside public and private sources, including State
                                                                                                    bond funds; and with a combined annual General Fund increase in operating
                                                                                                    costs and loss of revenue estimated to be in excess of $2.9 million. OR B.                30    78
                                                                                                    Allow mixed uses including a minimum 16 acres of park and privately financed
19   2   Los Angeles          3/8/2005    South Pasadena           M    L     T     3,717       728 Shall the ordinance extending the Library Special Tax to June 30, 2011 in order Y
                                                                                                    to provide funding of the maintenance and operations of the South Pasadena
                                                                                                    Public Library at the current level of library services be adopted?
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19   2   Los Angeles          4/5/2005    Glendale                 M    1     M    11,196     4,584 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [1] Shall Article I, Section 2 of the Charter of the Y
                                                                                                    City of Glendale be added to provide for a gender neutrality clause and three
                                                                                                                                                                                              20    40
                                                                                                    other rules which establish the meaning of designated terms in the Charter?
19   2   Los Angeles          4/5/2005    Glendale                 M    2     M    11,477     4,424 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [2] Shall Article IV, Section I, Article XI, Section Y
                                                                                                    1 and 4, Article XXI, Sections 14 and 22 and Article XXIV, Section 5 and 10 of
                                                                                                    the Charter of the city of Glendale be amended to remove obsolete language
                                                                                                    and provide for the change of the official titles from city controller to director of     20    43
                                                                                                    administrative services, from street superintendent to maintenance service and
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19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     3     M    12,087     3,991 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [3] Shall Article VI, Sections 3 and 6 of the                    Y
                                                                                                 Charter of the City of Glendale be amended to provide for one additional week
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    48
                                                                                                 for canvassing returns, thereby allowing sufficient time for complete and
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     4     M    12,560     3,308 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [4] Shall Article VI, Section 1 of the Charter of                Y
                                                                                                 the City of Glendale be amended to remove obsolete language and to provide
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    43
                                                                                                 that each candidate for member of the City Council of the City Council shall be
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     5     M    11,355     4,486 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [5] Shall Article VI, Section 5 of the Charter of                Y
                                                                                                 the City of Glendale be amended to provide that the mayor pro tem shall be
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    43
                                                                                                 selected monthly by alphabetical rotation and serve if the mayor is absent or
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     6     M    12,440     3,390 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [6] Shall Article VI, Section 9 of the Charter of                Y
                                                                                                 the City of Glendale be amended to provide that city council establish by
                                                                                                 ordinance a complete procedure to ensure the integrity of awarding all                     20    47
                                                                                                 contracts and minimum dollar amount for contracts requiring competitive
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     7     M    12,199     3,565 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [7] Shall Article VI, Section 13 of the Charter of               Y
                                                                                                 the City of Glendale be amended to provide that vacancies of city council, city
                                                                                                 clerk, or city treasurer be filled by appointment within 30 days, or otherwise call
                                                                                                 for an immediate special election to be held within 120 days unless the earliest           20    43
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     8     M    13,969     2,966 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [8] Shall county IX,state electionthe Charter a
                                                                                                 next general municipal election or next Article of Section 2 of with which of     Y
                                                                                                 the City of Glendale be amended to provide that in the event the City manager
                                                                                                 is incapacitated from performing the essential functions of his duties for a
                                                                                                 period of thirty days, the Assistant City Manager shall perform such duties                20    43
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M     9     M    12,705     3,956 CHARTER AMENDMENT on or[9] Shall Article IV, Section 4, ArticletheSections Y
                                                                                                 during such time and that NO. after the thirtieth day of incapacity, X City
                                                                                                 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7, and Article XX Sections 1, 2 and 3 of the Charter of the
                                                                                                 City of Glendale be amended to remove obsolete language regarding
                                                                                                 department of general government and replace with current titles, change the               20    43
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    10     M    12,883     3,794 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [10] Shall Article X, Sections 1 and "fire
                                                                                                 word "division" to "department", including "police department" and 6, Article XI, Y
                                                                                                   Sections 6,7,14,17,20,21 and 22. and Article XXII, Section 1 of the Charter of
                                                                                                   the City of Glendale be amended to change the obsolete title of the department           20    43
                                                                                                   of public services to the department of Glendale Water and Power and
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    11     M    11,663     4,850   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [11] Shall Article XI, Section 7 and Article XV,               Y
                                                                                                   Section 2 of the Charter of the City of Glendale be amended to change
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    40
                                                                                                   obsolete language regarding the "official newspaper" to the "newspaper of
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    12     M    11,496     4,437   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [12] Shall obsolete language in Article XXII,                  Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    40
                                                                                                   Section 2 of the Charter of the City of Glendale regarding subordinate officers
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    13     M    11,261     5,138   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [13] Shall Article XIII, Section of the Charter of             Y
                                                                                                   the City of Glendale be amended to effectuate technical changes to remove
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    40
                                                                                                   obsolete language referring to reading rooms and also be amended to provide
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    14     M    11,628     5,138   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [14] Shall Article IV, Section 1 and Article XXIV,             Y
                                                                                                   Section 7 of the Charter of the City of Glendale be amended to remove the
                                                                                                   obsolete titles of health officer and City physician and Article XIX, Section 1 of       20    43
                                                                                                   the Charter of the City of Glendale regarding the public welfare department be
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    15     M     9,703     5,998   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [15] Shall Article XXIII, Section 4 of the Charter             Y
                                                                                                   of the City of Glendale be repealed and Article IV, Section 3 be amended to
                                                                                                   provide that the Council may, by ordinance, provide for its compensation,                20    42
                                                                                                   consistent with state law, as permitted for general law cities of comparable
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    16     M    11,726     4,378   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [16] Shall Article XXIII, Section 9 of the Charter             Y
                                                                                                   of the City of Glendale be amended to reflect current state and federal law
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    42
                                                                                                   regarding the requirement of citizenship for designated city employees?
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    17     M    11,395     4,271   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [17] Shall Article XXIII, Section 17 of the Charter            Y
                                                                                                   of the City of Glendale be amended to provide for a technical change by
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    42
                                                                                                   providing that office hours of city officers be established by ordinance?
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    18     M    11,384     4,278   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [18] Shall Article XXIII, Section 27 of the Charter            Y
                                                                                                   of the City of Glendale be amended to provide that any violation of the Charter
                                                                                                   or ordinances constituting a misdemeanor may be prosecuted by city
                                                                                                   authorities as an infraction and consistent with state law the maximum penalty           20    38
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    19     M    12,149     3,584   CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [19] Shall Article XXIV, Section 8 ofnot Charter
                                                                                                   for a misdemeanor shall be one thousand dollars or imprisonment the            Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    40
                                                                                                 of the City of Glendale be amended to remove obsolete language regarding
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    20     M    11,678     3,798 CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. [20] Shall a new Article XIV be added to require Y
                                                                                                 that all boards and commissions be created by an ordinance, which outlines
                                                                                                 the powers and duties, the appointment and removal of members, and
                                                                                                 meetings, and further replace and repeal other unnecessary enabling language               20    43
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    Glendale               M    21     M    13,002     3,088 CHARTER AMENDMENTArticle XV, Section 1 and Article XVI, of the Charter of Y
                                                                                                 in Article XIV, Section 1, NO. [21] Shall Article VI, Section 15 Section 1
                                                                                                 the City of Glendale be amended to require a vote of the people for the sale of
                                                                                                 any city owned SR (Special Recreation) zoned of five acres or more, or                     20    26
                                                                                                 property dedicated to park land of five acres or more, excepting easements
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    South Gate             A     P     M     2,025     2,471 (ADVISORY) Shall the South Gate City Council enact a permit system               Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            30   200
                                                                                                 regulating the number of vehicles that may be parked overnight on City
19   2   Los Angeles        4/5/2005    South Gate             M     S     M     1,222     3,134 Shall the City of South Gate adopt an ordinance to establish a Utility Users'    Y
                                                                                                 Tax not to exceed 5% to fund general City services and programs including
                                                                                                                                                                                             5   100
                                                                                                 police, parks and recreation, and library services?
19   2   Los Angeles        5/17/2005   Los Angeles            M     A     M   157,486   287,708 Shall the City Charter be amended to allow the reorganization of security and    Y
                                                                                                 law enforcement authority at Los Angeles International Airport and other City
                                                                                                 owned airports by employing current Charter procedures to transfer some or all             20    43
                                                                                                 of that authority to other City departments or offices or to other governmental
19   2   Los Angeles        5/17/2005   Los Angeles            M     B     M   224,986   208,872 Shall the Charter be amended to eliminate the provision that requires a voter to Y
                                                                                                 cast a vote on the question of recalling the incumbent in order to have his or
                                                                                                 her vote counted for a replacement candidate?                                              20    48
19   2   Los Angeles        6/14/2005   Inglewood              M    05-A   M     1,708     2,177 Shall the Charter be amended to require the election of the Mayor be held on           Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            20    48
                                                                                                 the first Tuesday in April starting in 2006?
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Baldwin Park           M     B     M     3,202     5,160 Shall the City of Baldwin Park's transient occupancy tax, which is levied for the      Y
                                                                                                 privilege of occupancy in any hotel or motel, be increased from ten percent
                                                                                                 (10%) to eleven percent (11%) as of January 1, 2006; and be increased from                  9   112
                                                                                                 eleven percent (11%) to twelve percent (12%) as of January 1, 2008?
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Calabasas              A     C     M     2,486     3,695 (ADVISORY) Should Calabasas annex 152 acres on Mulholland Highway east                 Y
                                                                                                 of Las Virgenes Road for the Malibu Valley Inn & Spa – a 203-room resort, 5
                                                                                                 estate homes, facilities for swimming, equestrian use, tennis, fitness spa,
                                                                                                 restaurant, winery, shops, conference rooms, and underground parking as                    30    20
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Calabasas              M     D     M     5,028       941 Shall Ordinance No. 2005-225 environmental protect report – in lieuthe up to 81
                                                                                                 described in the project’s draft be adopted to impact and preserve of existing   Y
                                                                                                 areas of Open Space in Calabasas by requiring two-thirds voter approval
                                                                                                                                                                                            70    26
                                                                                                 before any land in the City designated as Open Space may be redesignated for
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Commerce               M     A     M     1,266       893 Shall the ordinance entitled "An Ordinance of the People of the City of          Y
                                                                                                 Commerce, State of California, Enacting a Hotel Visitor Tax", for the purpose of
                                                                                                                                                                                            70   112
                                                                                                 protecting the local economy by continuing tourism promotion, be approved?
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   El Monte               M     M     M     3,010     6,339 Shall the City of El Monte eliminate the elective office of Mayor in favor of    Y
                                                                                                 procedures which provide that the office of Mayor shall be occupied by each of
                                                                                                 the five members of the City Council on a rotating basis, except as otherwise
                                                                                                 provided by ordinance. (If approved, this Measure will not take effect until               70    43
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Hermosa Beach City     M     E     M     2,346           November 2007. Voters must still votethe elect a to the Restricted Open Space Y
                                                                                                                                          to beach Mayor at the November 8,
                                                                                           3,055 Shall an ordinance be adopted adding
                                                                                                 (O-S-1) zone and limiting improvements in the O-S-1 zone to (a) landscaping,
                                                                                                                                                                                            70    23
                                                                                                 irrigation and erosion control, and (b) replacement or repair of existing
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Sierra Madre City      M     F     T     2,143     2,135 In order to fund Public Safety Services in the City of Sierra Madre, including   Y
                                                                                                 Advanced Life Support (paramedic) emergency medical services, replacement
                                                                                                 of fire equipment, personnel to improve fire and emergency medical response,                7    36
                                                                                                 and to allow more competitive Police Department salaries, shall the City of
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   Signal Hill City       M     H     T     1,035     1,278 Shall the City of Signal Hill impose a tax of 3% on charges for electric, gas,   Y
                                                                                                 water and other utility services (with exemptions for seniors and low income
                                                                                                 households) for a period of no more than 15 years to finance and construct a                5    32
                                                                                                 new, modernized police station in the City of Signal Hill and to pay for police            70    43
19   2   Los Angeles        11/8/2005   South El Monte City    M     I     M       902     1,233 Shall the term of office of Mayor be four years?                                 Y
21   2   Marin              6/7/2005    Fairfax                M     F     T     1,645       668 Shall an ordinance be adopted approving a special Fairfax municipal services     Y
                                                                                                 tax of $125 per year for each business occupancy and dwelling unit, for a
                                                                                                 period of five years, to be used exclusively to: maintain 24-hour, seven days
                                                                                                 per week staffing of the Fairfax Police Station and Fire House, maintain                    1    34
21   2   Marin              11/8/2005   San Anselmo            M     B     T     3,021           Fairfax'sordinance be adopted approving a special Works safety municipal
                                                                                                            911 Emergency Dispatch, perform Public San Anselmo
                                                                                           2,414 Shall an                                                                         Y
                                                                                                 services tax of $250 per year per living unit and per 1500 square feet of
                                                                                                 nonresidential use, for a period of four years, to be used to: restore and
                                                                                                 maintain Police, Parks, and Library staffing services, maintain minimum staffing            3   100
21   2   Marin              11/8/2005   San Rafael             M     S     M    12,419     5,242 ToSan Anselmo fire stations, increasing the appropriations limit by the amount Y
                                                                                                 at prevent further cuts and preserve funding for general city services, including
                                                                                                 maintaining the number of on-duty firefighters and police officers on patrol,
                                                                                                 preventing the closure of fire stations and community centers, repairing city
                                                                                                 streets and maintaining library service hours, shall the City of San Rafael adopt           4   100
23   2   Mendocino          6/7/2005    Ukiah                  M     S     M     1,442       634 Shall Ordinance No. 1063 be adopted to percent transactions (sales) and use
                                                                                                 an ordinance enacting a one-half of one impose a transaction (sales) and use Y
                                                                                                                                                                                             4   112
                                                                                                 tax at maximum rate of one-half of one percent within the city limits of the City
23   2   Mendocino          6/7/2005    Ukiah                  A     T     M     1,640       381 (ADVISORY) Should additional funds for public safety, including police, fire and       Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            30    34
                                                                                                 emergency medical services, be the first priority for the use of new sales tax
24   2   Merced             11/8/2005   Merced                 M     C     M     7,200     3,991 To help preserve the safety and character of Merced, with a priority on funding        Y
                                                                                                 essential services such as police, fire and street maintenance, as well as other
                                                                                                 general City services, shall an Ordinance be adopted increasing the City's                  4   112
                                                                                                 sales tax by 1/2 cent for every taxable dollar spent for not more than 20 years,
27   2   Monterey           11/8/2005   King City              M     K     T      640        611 To help protect King City from state takeaways and provide adequate funding            Y
                                                                                                 for police and fire services, shall King City amend Chapter 3.28 of the City's
                                                                                                 Municipal Code by raising the utility user tax rate on telephone, electricity,              5    34
                                                                                                 water, gas, and cable television services to the statewide average of six
27   2   Monterey           11/8/2005   Salinas                M     V     M    13,284     8,165 To address an existing emergency related to Salinas' ability to fund all general       Y
                                                                                                 public services, including basic services such as police, fire safety,
                                                                                                 paramedics, libraries, recreation, crossing guards, graffiti removal, anti-gang
                                                                                                 programs, and street and park maintenance, shall an ordinance be adopted to                 4   112
30   2   Orange             4/5/2005    Santa Ana              M     A     M     9,301     7,123 Shalla transactions andAna enforce Ordinance which would sunset in 10 years
                                                                                                 levy the City of Santa use tax of a half cent, NS-2649 permitting the           Y
                                                                                                 development of One Broadway Plaza, a 37 story office building and related
                                                                                                                                                                                            70    20
                                                                                                 retail improvements and parking?
30   2   Orange             11/8/2005   La Habra               M     G     M     5,147     5,701 Shall the existing Utility Users Tax of 4.5% on electricity and 6% on other     Y
                                                                                                 utilities be reduced to 4.5% for all utilities, for the funding of general city
                                                                                                 services and programs effective July 1, 2006, and extending beyond
                                                                                                 December 31, 2007, provided that annual financial audits continue to be                     5   112
30   2   Orange             ######## Laguna Beach              M     A     M     2,610           conducted and that low income seniors and the disabled remain exempt from
                                                                                           2,054 Shall a temporary sales tax increase one-half of one percent (0.5%), which will
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                                                                                                 end after six (6) years, be adopted to help limit budget cuts in the City's
31   2   Placer             11/8/2005   North Lake Tahoe       M     T     T     1,132     2,118 Shall the Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Community Recreation               Y
                                                                                                 Center): 1) issue not more than $22,230,000 of 30-year bonds to build the
                                                                                                 core of the North Tahoe Recreation Center on Dollar Hill; 2) levy a special tax
                                                                                                 which shall escalate at 2% annually to pay bond debt service and to support
                                                                                                 the Center's operation; and 3) have an appropriations limit of $2,000,000 per              12    78
31   2   Placer             11/8/2005   Rocklin                M     F     M     8,678     6,150 Shall the office of City paid off, the tax may continue at a reduced level to fund
                                                                                                 year? After bonds are Clerk be appointive?                                             Y   70    43
31   2   Placer             11/8/2005   Rocklin                M     G     M     8,322     6,502 Shall the office of City Treasurer by appointive?                                      Y   70    43
33   2   Riverside          1/11/2005   Riverside              M     A     M        61        46 Shall the order adopted on March 25, 2004, by the Executive Officer of behalf          Y
                                                                                                 of the Local Agency Formation Commission of the County of Riverside
                                                                                                 ordering the reorganization affecting the City of Riverside, County Service
                                                                                                 Area 126 and the Riverside County Waste Resource Management District,
                                                                                                 and providing for Annexation 95 to the City of Riverside, and detachments from
                                                                                                 County Service Area 126 and the Riverside County Waste District Resources
                                                                                                 Management District be confirmed subject to the terms and conditions including             70    44
33   2   Riverside          3/8/2005    Palm Springs           M     B     M     5,193     6,290 Shall the General Plan of the City of Palm Springs be amended to establish a           Y
                                                                                                 new MR (Mountain Region) designation for approximately 55.5 square miles of
                                                                                                 property in and proximate to the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains, and                 70    22
                                                                                                 repeal the various land use regulations currently affecting this property?
33   2   Riverside          3/8/2005    Palm Springs           M     C     M     5,089     6,381 Shall Resolution 20994 approving amendments to the General Plan Use and                Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            70    20
                                                                                                 Circulation Plan for Palm Hills area be adopted?
33   2   Riverside          5/3/2005    Murrieta               R     1     M     5,645     6,717 Shall Douglas R. McAllister be recalled (removed) from the office of City              Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            50    46
                                                                                                 Council Member, City of Murrieta?
33   2   Riverside          5/3/2005    Murrieta               R     2     M     6,065     6,239 Shall Kelly Seyarto be recalled (removed) from the office of City Council              Y   50    46
33   2   Riverside          5/3/2005    Murrieta               R     3     M     6,283     6,045 Shall Jack F. (No Suggestions) be recalled (removed) from the office of City           Y
                                                                                                                                                                                            50    46
                                                                                                 Council Member, City of Murrieta?
33   2   Riverside          11/8/2005   Indian Wells           M     H     M     1,558       343 Shall Ordinance Bill No. 2005-14 be adopted to approve an increase in the              Y
                                                                                                 City's Admission Tax on patrons attending entertainment events from the
                                                                                                 current maximum of five percent (5%) to a maximum of ten percent (10%),                     3   112
                                                                                                 subject to authorization for the City Council to annually decrease or increase
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33   2   Riverside             11/8/2005   Norco                   A   F    M     1,622    3,610 (ADVISORY) Shall the General Municipal Election date be changed from odd-         Y
                                                                                                 numbered to even numbered years, effective November, 2008, resulting in the
                                                                                                 extension of the term of Council members elected in November, 2005 to                       30    48
                                                                                                 November 2010 and incumbent Council members to November, 2008?
33   2   Riverside             11/8/2005   Norco                   M   G    M     3,991    1,338 Shall the City of Norco Charter be amended to provide that any zone change        Y
                                                                                                 from or to the following zones requires a Super Majority (4/5th) Vote of the City
                                                                                                 Council: A-E ZONE AGRICULTURAL ESTATE, A-1 ZONE AGRICULTURAL
                                                                                                 LOW DENSITY, A-2 ZONE AGRICULTURAL, R-1 ZONE RESIDENTIAL
                                                                                                 SINGLE FAMILY, R-3 ZONE LOW DENSITY MULTIPLE-FAMILY                                         20    22
36   2   San Bernardino        6/7/2005    Chino                   M   L    M     2,451          RESIDENTIAL, HS ZONE HILLSIDE (AGRICULTURAL/LOW DENSITY)
                                                                                           1,457 Shall the General Plan of the City of Chino be amended to change the land use Y
                                                                                                 designation of 5.6 acres of vacant land- generally located at the southwest
                                                                                                 corner of Schaefer Avenue and Roswell Avenue- from "Business Park" to
                                                                                                 "Residential-RD20" so that the City Council can re-zone the parcel from IPD-                70    22
36   2   San Bernardino        11/8/2005   Redlands                I   P    M     6,848   11,531 BP (IndustrialShall the initiative ordinance of thePark) to of Redlands amending Y
                                                                                                 (INITIATIVE) Planned Development- Business people RPD-RD20
                                                                                                 the principles of managed growth and the land use, circulation, open space and
                                                                                                                                                                                             40    20
                                                                                                 conservation, health and safety and noise elements of the Redlands General
36   2   San Bernardino        11/8/2005   Redlands                I   Q    M     7,623   10,880 (INITIATIVE) Shall the initiative ordinance of the people of Redlands amending          Y
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                                                                                                 the Redlands Municipal Code to adopt a new official City seal, be adopted?
36   2   San Bernardino        11/8/2005   Redlands                M   R    M     7,700   10,675 Shall Ordinance No. 2606, adopting Zone Change No. 390, a change of zone                Y
                                                                                                 from A-1 (Agricultural) District (five-acre lots) to R-R (Rural Residential) District
                                                                                                 (one-acre lots) on four contiguous lots totaling 180.9 acres located south of               70    22
                                                                                                 Highview Drive and east of Freya Drive for the Covington Project, be
36   2   San Bernardino        11/8/2005   San Bernardino          M   S    T    14,371   11,534 Shall the ordinance entitled the "City of San Bernardino Library Relief Act,"           Y
                                                                                                 approving a special tax and adding Chapter 3.42 to the San Bernardino
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                                                                                                 Municipal Code be approved by the voters to help fund the City's libraries?
37   2   San Diego             7/26/2005   San Diego               M   A    T   197,125   62,373 Shall the City of San Diego donate to the federal government all of the City's          Y
                                                                                                 rights, title, and interest in the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial property for the
                                                                                                 federal government's use of the property as a national memorial honoring                    70    74
                                                                                                 veterans of the United States Armed Forces?
37   2   San Diego             11/8/2005   Encinitas               M   A    M     7,283   13,600 Shall the Encinitas City Council amend the Encinitas Ranch Specific Plan to
                                                                                                 rezone 38 acres of agricultural land on the Ecke Ranch Specific Plan to rezone
                                                                                                 38 acres of agricultural land on the Ecke Ranch to residential for the
                                                                                                 development of not more than 101 residential units with the following minimum
                                                                                                 significant public benefits: 8 acres of public parkland; Additional public hiking           70    22
37   2   San Diego             11/8/2005   National City           M   B    M     2,593    3,417 Shall the Ordinance be approved imposing a one percentand traffic calming
                                                                                                 trails; Implementation of traffic circulation improvements transaction and use
                                                                                                                                                                                              4   112
                                                                                                 tax (a sales tax) for City Services, Facilities and Programs?
41   2   San Mateo             3/8/2005    San Carlos              M   T    T     3,457    4,180 Shall an ordinance of the City of San Carlos, enacting a parcel tax $59.00 for a        Y
                                                                                                                                                                                              3    61
                                                                                                 period of five years, with proceeds dedicated exclusively to the S.C.O.O.T
41   2   San Mateo             6/7/2005    Atherton                M   W    T     1,776      443 Shall an ordinance renewing the current Town of Atherton Parcel Tax which               Y
                                                                                                 provides funding for Town general purposes such as, but not limited to, police
                                                                                                                                                                                              3   112
                                                                                                 and public safety services and capital improvement projects be adopted?
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Belmont                 M   F    M     6,192    2,240 Shall an ordinance be adopted to protect and preserve hillside areas of                 Y
                                                                                                 Belmont by requiring voter approval of any future amendments to the zoning
                                                                                                 ordinances governing the HRO districts, or the General Plan land use                        70    26
                                                                                                 designation HROP (which collectively constitute the City's Hillside
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   East Palo Alto          M   J    M     1,514    1,304 Shall the City of East Palo Alto continue collecting a utility users tax for general    Y
                                                                                                 governmental purposes, as adopted by the voters in November 2002, including
                                                                                                                                                                                              5   112
                                                                                                 police and public safety, parks and recreation, street improvements, youth and
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   East Palo Alto          M   K    T     1,563    1,306 To reduce violent crimes and increase public safety, shall the City of East Palo        Y
                                                                                                 Alto increase successful after school, truancy, and job training programs, early
                                                                                                 intervention programs for children, programs to prevent child abuse and
                                                                                                 domestic violence, and increase community police officers and investigations,                3    30
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Half Moon Bay           A   O    M     2,807    1,063 (ADVISORY) Doparcel tax for 10 years, subject to annual performance and it
                                                                                                 by authorizing a you want the City of Half Moon Bay to adopt the policy that            Y
                                                                                                 will exercise its eminent domain authority only in cases where the stated
                                                                                                                                                                                             30    40
                                                                                                 "public use" necessitating the acquisition of private property will not primarily
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Half Moon Bay           A   P    M     3,289      614 Do you want the City of Half Moon Bay to support the development of recycled            Y
                                                                                                 water through its participation in the Sewer Authority Mid-Coastline Joint
                                                                                                 Powers Authority for use by consenting farmers and large scale water users                  70   104
                                                                                                 such as golf courses and nurseries as a potential alternative to water these
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Millbrae                M   Q    M     2,941    2,879 Shall the ordinance adopted by the City Council establishing a 10% parking tax          Y
                                                                                                 on a vehicle occupant for the privilege of parking in any private off street
                                                                                                                                                                                              7   112
                                                                                                 parking facility, but not applicable to any parking privilege that is included in a
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Portola Valley          M   H    M     1,133    1,039 Shall the Town of Portola Valley adjust the appropriations limit of the Town            Y
                                                                                                 each fiscal year commencing July 1, 2006 by the amount of money collected
                                                                                                 from the existing 5.5% Utility Users Tax during the time of its levy and                    60   110
                                                                                                 collection, provided that the authorization to so adjust the appropriations limit
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Portola Valley          M   I    M     1,209      892 Only if, Town of Portola Valley Proposition I, adjusting the Town's appropriation       Y
                                                                                                 limit passes, shall the Town additionally adjust the appropriations limit each
                                                                                                 fiscal year commencing July 1, 2006 by the amount of money collected from
                                                                                                 imposition of the 2% Utility Users Tax (for open space purpose only) during the             60    23
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Redwood City            M   L    M     8,898    6,358 Shallof its levy and collection, provided that be amended to allow appropriations
                                                                                                 time specified sections of the City Charter authorization to adjust the                 Y
                                                                                                 or expenditures of public money to be approved by resolution; permit the City
                                                                                                 Council to establish by motion a date for the City Manager to submit a                      20    49
                                                                                                 proposed budget; and permit the City Council to adopt its budget and cancel
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Redwood City            M   M    M    11,095    4,328 Shall specified sections of the City Charter be amended to permit the Library           Y
                                                                                                 Board to furnish its proposed budget to the City Manager by the same date as
                                                                                                 required of other city departments; allow Planning Commissioners and Port
                                                                                                 Commissioners to continue to hold office until their successors are appointed               20    40
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Redwood City            M   N    M     8,066    7,209 and qualified; and to permit the Board of Equalization to meet on any regularin
                                                                                                 Shall a specified section of the City Charter be amended to allow a change              Y
                                                                                                 the various threshold amounts for the purchase of materials or supplies to
                                                                                                 determine when contracts (1) may be awarded without solicitation or
                                                                                                 advertisements; (2) may be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder after                   20    47
41   2   San Mateo             11/8/2005   San Bruno               M   G    M     6,654          solicitation but without advertisement or public bidding; and (3) may be
                                                                                           3,533 Shall the Safe & Sane Fireworks Ordinance- which allows the continued sale,             Y
                                                                                                                                                                                             70   200
                                                                                                 use or discharge of Safe & San Fireworks- be adopted?
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Cupertino               M   A    M     6,770    7,912 Shall the City of Cupertino adopt an amendment to the General Plan concering            Y   70    20
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Cupertino               M   C    M     6,044    8,610 Shall the City of Cupertino adopt an amendment to the General Plan                      Y   70    20
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Sunnyvale               M   D    M    14,916   11,618 Shall the Sunnyvale Municipal Code be amended to increase the business                  Y
                                                                                                 license tax, which supports basic City services, from its current amount of $10
                                                                                                 for every 5 employees/rental units, to $30 for 1, $50 for 2 to 5, and $50 for
                                                                                                 each additional group of 5 employees/rental units, up to $9,500 for employees                1   112
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Sunnyvale               M   E    M    18,555    8,215 and $4,250 for rentals, with increases phased over 3 years and both tax/cap
                                                                                                 Shall the Sunnyvale Municipal Code be amended to increase the transient                 Y
                                                                                                 occupancy tax (commonly called the "hotel tax") which is charged only on
                                                                                                 persons who occupy hotel or motel rooms in the City for 30 days or less, from
                                                                                                 the current 8.5% to 9.5%, over a 2-year period, which is lower that charged in               9   112
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Sunnyvale               M   F    M    16,184    9,722 ShallJose, Palo Alto,the City of View, Milpitas amended to standardizeto help
                                                                                                 San the Charter of Mountain Sunnyvale be and Cupertino, in order term                   Y
                                                                                                 limits for all city boards and commissions to two consecutive four-year terms
                                                                                                                                                                                             20    45
                                                                                                 and eliminate the two-year waiting period before a board of commission
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Sunnyvale               M   G    M    11,973   14,371 Shall the Charter of the City of Sunnyvale be amended to conform with state             Y
                                                                                                                                                                                             20    43
                                                                                                 law by eliminating the requirement that the City Manager shall reside in the City
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/2005   Sunnyvale               M   H    M    17,175    7,795 Shall the Charter of the City of Sunnyvale be amended to include the term               Y
                                                                                                 "heritage resource" in its list of topics reviewed by the Sunnyvale Heritage
                                                                                                                                                                                             20    40
                                                                                                 Preservation Commission, consistent with existing policy?                                   70    20
43   2   Santa Clara           11/8/205    Cupertino               M   B    M     6,454    8,226 Shall the City of Cupertino adopt an amendment to the General Plan                      Y
44   2   Santa Cruz            8/30/2005   Santa Cruz              M   Z    M     7,050    5,037 In order to limit further reductions in the City's General Fund, shall the Santa        Y
                                                                                                 Cruz Municipal Code be amended to add a Chapter imposing a Franchise Tax
                                                                                                 of 3% on the water utility rate, 3% on the sewer utility rate, and 12% on the                5   112
                                                                                                 refuse utility rate, to replace that comparable Franchise Fee that was recently
44   2   Santa Cruz            11/8/2005   Scotts Valley           M   C    M     3,033    1,209 City of Scotts Valley. Shall a five year temporary one-half of one percent sales        Y
                                                                                                 tax rate increase be approved for the first three year period and then reduced
                                                                                                 to one-quarter of one percent for the final two years be adopted to maintain                 4   112
                                                                                                 general services including public safety, street improvements, and parks?
48   2   Solano                11/8/2005   Fairfield               M   E    M     9,355   11,252 To improve the safety of Fairfield and preserve the funding of essential                Y
                                                                                                 services such as police, fire, street and park maintenance, as well as other
                                                                                                 general city services, shall an ordinance be adopted increasing the City sales
                                                                                                 tax by one-half cent, subject to independent annual financial audits, an                     4   112
48   2   Solano                11/8/2005   Vacaville               M   G    M    10,688    9,229 In order to comply with a recent court decisionreview expenditures, andVote on
                                                                                                 independent Fairfield taxpayer's committee to interpreting the Right to an        Y
                                                                                                 Taxes Act, shall the City of Vacaville replace its existing in-lieu franchise fee
                                                                                                 and property tax fee on City water and sewer operations with an equivalent
                                                                                                 general tax on City water and sewer operations to avoid reductions in City                   5   112
50   2   Stanislaus            11/8/2005   Waterford               M   Q    T      670       595 Shall the such as police services, fire and medical emergency response, Act
                                                                                                 services Ordinance, creating Public Safety and City Street Improvement street
                                                                                                                                                                                              4    30
                                                                                                 and imposing a 1/2 cent sales tax for 20 years and create a Citizens Advisory
51   2   Sutter                3/8/2005    Live Oak                M   O    M      321       145 Shall the City of Live Oak Ordinance No.482 be adopted, which imposes an          Y
                                                                                                 excise tax (subject to certain exemptions) on persons issued a building permit
                                                                                                                                                                                              8   112
                                                                                                 for each new construction in the amount of one percent of the valuation of
54   2   Tulare                11/8/2005   Dinuba                  M   F    T     1,776      630 Dinuba Police, Fire, Emergency Response/ 9-1-1 Safety Measure. In order to Y
                                                                                                 hire, train and retain police/firefighters/paramedics/9-1-1 dispatchers; expand
                                                                                                 neighborhood/school policing and crime prevention efforts including more after-
                                                                                                 school, anti-gang and anti-drug programs; upgrade the 9-1-1 Emergency
                                                                                                 Response Center; and purchase fire engines/ambulances, shall the sales tax                   4    34
54   2   Tulare                11/8/2005   Farmersville            M   G    M      400       468 Shall Farmersville voters enact of 4% utility users tax to restore and ensure
                                                                                                 be increased by three-quarters a a cent with citizens oversight, guaranteed       Y
                                                                                                 essential government functions including animal control, police, fire, park
                                                                                                                                                                                              5   112
                                                                                                 facilities maintenance, and other general fund services continue in the future?
54   2   Tulare                11/8/2005   Porterville             M   H    T     4,362    1,845 Porterville Police, Fire and Emergency Response/ 9-1-1 Safety Measure. In         Y
                                                                                                 order to increase the number of police and firefighters, expand neighborhood
                                                                                                 crime prevention efforts, improve 9-1-1 dispatch center, build a new fire
                                                                                                 station, and expand and improve anti-gang, anti-gang and anti-bullying                       4    34
54   2   Tulare                11/8/2005   Tulare                  M   I    M     5,285    2,130 The Tulareshall the sales tax be increased by one-half cent with citizens
                                                                                                 programs, Vital City Services Measure. To maintain and improve vital city         Y
                                                                                                 services such as Police, Fire, and paramedic services, 911 response times,
                                                                                                 anti-gang programs, street and pothole repair, parks, recreation, library, tree
                                                                                                 trimming, code enforcement and other services, shall the sales tax be                        4   112
56   2   Ventura               11/8/2005   Fillmore                M   B5   T     1,861      932 Shall the ordinance proposing a speciala cent $15 per parcel per year, to be
                                                                                                 increased by a maximum of one-half of tax of with citizens' oversight and               Y
                                                                                                                                                                                              3   105
                                                                                                 used only for maintenance and operations of a community swimming pool be
56   2   Ventura               11/8/2005   Fillmore                M   C5   M     1,190    1,565 Shall the city of Fillmore allow the development and construction, with local or        Y
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                                                                                                 state assistance, of very low to moderate income rental housing not to exceed
56   2   Ventura               11/8/2005   San Buenaventura        M   D5   M    13,739    6,144 Should the San Buenaventura Municipal Code be amended to impose a tax on                Y
                                                                                                 the privilege of lawfully operating a cardroom pursuant to a city cardroom
                                                                                                 license in amount equal to 15% of the gross revenues received by the license
                                                                                                 holder from card play, all as more particularly set forth in the proposed                    1    90
57   2   Yolo                  11/8/2005   Davis                   M   X    M     8,843   12,578 ordinance attached as an exhibit to City Council the Davis General Plan to on
                                                                                                 Shall amended Resolution No. 05-96, amending Resolution No. 2005-068             Y
                                                                                                 change the land use designations for the Covell Village property from
                                                                                                 agriculture to residential and commercial uses, as set forth in the Resolution
                                                                                                 and establishing the Baseline Project Features for development of the Covell                70    22
1    3   Alameda               6/7/2005    Alameda City Unified    M   A    T     8,231    4,018 To improve thebe approved?Alameda schools, retain experienced teachers and Y
                                                                                                 Village Project education in
                                                                                                 attract new qualified teachers, retain teaching specialists in reading, math and
                                                                                                 science, preserve educational programs in music and art and to maintain small
                                                                                                 class sizes, shall Alameda Unified School District replace its existing $109                 3    10
1    3   Alameda               6/7/2005    Piedmont City Unified   M   B    T     4,286      579 To continue to provide yearly for partial support for providing for an exemption
                                                                                                 parcel tax with a $189 funds tax for seven years, special academic               Y
                                                                                                 instructional programs and services, smaller class sizes, technology, and
                                                                                                 maintenance services commensurate with an excellent educational program,
                                                                                                 shall the Piedmont City Unified School District be authorized to renew the levy              3    10
1    3   Alameda               6/7/2005    Piedmont City Unified   M   C    T     4,037      819 Tospecial taxes qualitythe Piedmont's public education and to prevent further
                                                                                                 of maintain the up to of amounts specified in the voter informational pamphlet Y
                                                                                                 reductions in current special academic instructional programs including
                                                                                                 advanced placement, foreign language, fine arts, library and counseling
                                                                                                 services, technology upgrades and to continue to provide competitive
                                                                                                 compensation, professional training and curriculum improvements, shall the                   3    10
1    3   Alameda               11/8/2005   Albany City Unified     M   A    T     4,140    1,901 PiedmontAlbany Unified School District be authorized to levy a special tax for
                                                                                                 Shall the City Unified School District be authorized to renew the levy of special Y
                                                                                                   seven years at the annual rate of $250.00 per residential unit and $.05 per
                                                                                                   square foot for non-residential parcels, exempting low income homeowners and
                                                                                                   renters and homeowners 65 and over, the proceeds of which shall be used to
                                                                                                   retain qualified staff with competitive compensation, add librarian and                    3    10
                                                                                                   counselor positions, maintain small class sizes and safety supervision, and
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1    3   Alameda             11/8/2005   Castro Valley Unified              M    B   F    10,602     6,072 To improve school libraries, build new science labs and classrooms, update           Y
                                                                                                           campus security systems, and continue the renovation, construction and
                                                                                                           modernization of classrooms, schools and other facilities described on the
                                                                                                           District's Project List, shall the Castro Valley Unified School District be
                                                                                                           authorized to issue $44,000,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit        11   11
4    3   Butte               11/8/2005   Durham Unified                     M    Q   M     1,007       787 For the funds for administrator salaries and an appointed Independent Citizens
                                                                                                           with no abolishment of Trustee Areas in Durham Unified School District.              Y   70   12
7    3   Contra Costa        3/8/2005    Acalanes Union High                M    A   T    25,818     8,597 To strengthen and restore classroom programs that provide local students with        Y
                                                                                                           rigorous preparation in math, science, writing, history, computers, music, art
                                                                                                           and other subjects and address the negative impact of state budget cuts, shall
                                                                                                           the Acalanes Union High School District be authorized to replace its existing
                                                                                                           parcel tax with a new qualified special tax costing $189 per taxable parcel on            3   10
7    3   Contra Costa        3/8/2005    Walnut Creek Elementary            M    B   T     9,119     3,695 To improve student reading,offering a senior exemption skillswithrecruiting and
                                                                                                           July 1, 2005, for six years, writing, math, and science and by expenditures          Y
                                                                                                           retaining highly qualified teachers and staff, restore programs and positions
                                                                                                           lost due to budget cuts, and benefit local schools, shall the John Swett Unified
                                                                                                           School District levy an annual special tax of $70 per residential parcel and a
                                                                                                           tax on commercial property in the amounts described in the voter pamphlet, for            3   10
7    3   Contra Costa        6/7/2005    John Swett Unified                 M    C   T     1,218       679 5 years, with annualreading, independent oversight, andskills by recruiting and
                                                                                                           To improve student audits, writing, math, and science an exemption for               Y
                                                                                                           retaining highly qualified teachers and staff, restore programs and positions
                                                                                                           lost due to budget cuts, and benefit local schools, shall the John Swett Unified
                                                                                                           School District levy an annual special tax of $70 per residential parcel and a
                                                                                                           tax on commercial property in the amounts described in the voter pamphlet, for            3   10
7    3   Contra Costa        11/8/2005   West Contra Costa Unified          M    J   F    30,013    22,776 To continue repairingaudits, independent oversight, and an exemption for
                                                                                                           5 years, with annual all school facilities, improve classroom safety and         Y
                                                                                                           technology, and relieve overcrowding shall the West Contra Costa Unified
                                                                                                           School District issue $400 million in bonds at legal interest rates, with annual
                                                                                                           audits and a citizen oversight committee to monitor that funds are spent                 11   11
9    3   El Dorado           3/8/2005    Tahoe-Trukee Unified               M    A   T      189         84 Shall Tahoe Truckee Unified School District continue to collect $98/year limit
                                                                                                           accordingly, and upon receipt of a waiver of the District's statutory debt per   Y
                                                                                                           taxable parcel for seven years, with citizen oversight and exemptions for
                                                                                                           taxpayers aged 65 and older for classroom supplies, materials, lower 4th - 8th
                                                                                                           grade class size, increased core academic class offerings in middle and high
                                                                                                           schools, vocational education, music, computers, technology support, physical             3   10
9    3   El Dorado           11/8/2005   Latrobe Elementery                 M    U   F      586        514 education, playground and field maintenance, Latrobe School District befund,
                                                                                                           To improve the quality of education, shall the nursing, bus replacement          Y
                                                                                                           authorized to upgrade Latrobe and Miller's Hill Schools by improving health,
                                                                                                           safety and handicapped access as required by state law, provide student
                                                                                                           access to computers and modern technology, improve playfields for students
                                                                                                           and community use and provide a cafeteria/multipurpose room at Latrobe                   11   11
10   3   Fresno              11/8/2005   Kingsburg Joint Union High         M    K   T     2,268     1,112 To raiseby issuing $4,300,000 in projectswithin legal limits, with citizens'
                                                                                                           School, money for improvement bonds, at Kingsburg High School, including         Y
                                                                                                           Football Bowl upgrades and improvements; Old Gym upgrades and
                                                                                                           improvements; added parking; landscape beautification; softball field upgrades
                                                                                                           and improvements, upgrades and improvements on other athletic fields; and
                                                                                                           Little Theater upgrades and improvements, shall Kingsburg Joint Union High
                                                                                                           School District issue and sell up to $7,000,000 of bonds at not to exceed the            11   11
10   3   Fresno              11/8/2005   West Hills Community College       M    B   F     2,632     2,202 maximum legal interest rate? student growth, expand campuses through
                                                                                                           In order to meet the needs of                                                     Y
                                                                                                           construction of new buildings, provide continued access to education and
                                                                                                           technology, repair and upgrade existing facilities and furnish and equip
                                                                                                           buildings, shall the West Hills Community College District issue $36,000,000 in
                                                                                                           bonds with an interest rate below the legal limit of repair, improvements,               11   11
13   3   Imperial            6/7/2005    Coachella Valley Unified           M    D   T      187        143 To improve student safety and relieve overcrowding, shall thecitizen oversight, Y
                                                                                                           construction and acquisition of classrooms and facilities with Coachella Valley
                                                                                                           Unified School District construct schools, classrooms and schools facilities
                                                                                                           throughout the District, repair and update local schools including
                                                                                                           upgrading/installing fire safety equipment, plumbing/sewer/heating/ventilation
                                                                                                           systems and electrical wiring for technology, acquire school facilities currently
                                                                                                           leased, and qualify for State grants, by issuing $250,000,000 in bonds at legal          11   11
14   3   Inyo                3/8/2005    Big Pine Unified                   M    B   T      410        190 rates, with guaranteed of education, shall the Big Pine Unified School District
                                                                                                           To improve the quality annual independent financial audits, public oversight,     Y
                                                                                                           upgrade and modernize classrooms, replace roofs, improve health and safety,
                                                                                                           repair restrooms and plumbing, renovate electrical systems, improve student
                                                                                                           access to computers and technology, replace outdated portables with new                  11   11
14   3   Inyo                11/8/2005   Owens Valley Unified               M    A   F      196            classrooms,the quality ofthe District for over $500,000 in State-matching grants Y
                                                                                                                        and qualify education, shall Owens Valley Unified School District
                                                                                                       152 To improve
                                                                                                           upgrade and modernize old and outdated classrooms, replace deteriorating
                                                                                                           roofs, make health and safety improvements, upgrade inadequate electrical
                                                                                                           systems, improve student access to computers an modern technology, and
                                                                                                           construct a multipurpose room/cafeteria for school and community use by                  11   11
15   3   Kern                11/8/2005   Delano Joint Union High           M     C   T     2,720     1,024 To relieve student overcrowding byinterest rate not to exceed 12%, with a
                                                                                                           issuing $2,600,000 in bonds at an building new classrooms and facilities             Y
                                                                                                           throughout the District and to make the District eligible for State matching
                                                                                                           funds, shall the Delano Joint Union High School District issue $55 million of
                                                                                                           bonds at the lowest possible interest rates so long as spending is annually              11   11
15   3   Kern                11/8/2005   Elk Hills Elementary               R    1   M       49         42 reviewed by an independent citizens' oversightthe office of no money is used
                                                                                                           Shall Ken Rushing be recalled (removed) from committee, Governing Board           Y      50   13
15   3   Kern                11/8/2005   Lost Hills Union Elementary        M    G   F       35         23 To improve the quality of education, repair and upgrade neighborhood schools, Y
                                                                                                           shall the Lost Hills Union Elementary School District construct, acquire, repair,
                                                                                                           furnish and equip classrooms, restrooms, sites and facilities, make health and
                                                                                                           safety improvements, upgrade plumbing, heating and cooling systems, and
                                                                                                           upgrade computer, electrical, and communication systems by issuing                       11   11
15   3   Kern                11/8/2005   Beardsley Elementary               M    D   T     1,771     1,017 To repair and renovate classrooms and schools guaranteedthe District, relieve Y
                                                                                                           $6,200,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with throughout annual
                                                                                                           student overcrowding by building new classrooms and make the District eligible
                                                                                                           for State matching funds, shall the Beardsley Elementary School District issue
                                                                                                           $8 million of bonds at the lowest possible interest rates so long as spending is
                                                                                                           annually reviewed by an independent citizens' oversight committee, no money              11   11
15   3   Kern                11/8/2005   El Tejon Unified                   M    E   F     1,209       945 Toused for school overcrowding, improve schoolare spent locally and not
                                                                                                           is relieve administrative salaries and all funds safety and provide facilities    Y
                                                                                                           that best serve the students and community, shall the El Tejon Unified School
                                                                                                           District replace portable classrooms that are currently 57%, or 39 instructional
                                                                                                           classrooms, of the school district with equipped permanent classrooms, and               11   11
16   3   Kings               11/8/2005   Kingsburg Joint Union High         M    K   F      124            build a multipurpose facility at Frazier Park Elementary School, construct and
                                                                                                        99 To raise money for improvement projects at Kingsburg High School, including          Y
                                                                                                           Football Bowl upgrades and improvements; Old Gym upgrades and
                                                                                                           improvements; added parking; landscape beautification; softball field upgrades
                                                                                                           and improvements, upgrades and improvements on other athletic fields; and
                                                                                                           Little Theater upgrades and improvements, shall Kingsburg Joint Union High               11   11
16   3   Kings               11/8/2005   Pioneer Union Elementary           M    P   F     1,524       812 School District issue and education$7,000,000 ofincreasing enrollment needs;
                                                                                                           To improve the quality of sell up to and meet the bonds at not to exceed the         Y
                                                                                                           shall the Pioneer Union School District construct a new elementary school and
                                                                                                           be authorized to upgrade and construct classrooms and labs, upgrade outdated
                                                                                                           sewer and plumbing, make health and safety improvement and qualify the
                                                                                                           District to receive State-matching funds by issuing $7,500,000 in bonds with             11   11
16   3   Kings               11/8/2005   West Hills Community College       M    B   F     3,084     2,653 In order to meet the no moneystudent growth, expand campuses through
                                                                                                           legal interest rates, needs of for salaries, with review by the citizens'            Y
                                                                                                           construction of new buildings, provide continued access to education and
                                                                                                           technology, repair and upgrade existing facilities and furnish and equip
                                                                                                           buildings, shall the West Hills Community College District issue $36,000,000 in
                                                                                                           bonds with an interest rate below the legal limit for repair, improvement,               11   11
19   3   Los Angeles         3/8/2005    Little Lake City Elementary        M    A   T      548        371 To attract and retain experienced, qualified and facilities with citizenclass sizes, Y
                                                                                                           construction and acquisition of classrooms teachers, support small oversight,
                                                                                                           maintain health services to students, and maintain safe, clean campuses, shall
                                                                                                           Little Lake City Elementary School District annually collect a $145/taxable
                                                                                                           parcel tax for seven years, with all funds staying in local schools, independent          3   10
19   3   Los Angeles         3/8/2005    Lowell Joint Elementary            M    B   T     1,566     1,393 community oversight of all expenditures, exemptions for those 65 yearsprevent Y
                                                                                                           To maintain quality educational programs and classroom instruction, to and
                                                                                                           significant increases in class size, to avoid reductions in teaching positions, to
                                                                                                           attract and retain the best teachers and employees, and to support educational
                                                                                                           programs that enhance student achievement, shall the Lowell Joint School                  3   10
19   3   Los Angeles         11/8/2005   Glendora Unified                   M    G   F     6,588     3,854 Shall Glendora Unifiedto levy aDistrict upgrade, repair and improve classrooms Y
                                                                                                           District be authorized School special tax of $95 on each parcel of land within
                                                                                                           and school facilities including upgrading aging heating/ventilation/air-
                                                                                                           conditioning systems, upgrading electrical power/ wiring for technology in
                                                                                                           classrooms, repair/ replace aging roofs, restrooms, install fire alarms, bring
                                                                                                           school facilities into compliance with current building safety/health codes, by          11   11
19   3   Los Angeles         11/8/2005   Los Angeles Unified                M    Y   F   443,905           issuing $41,310,000 of bonds at interest rates within legal limits, qualify for
                                                                                                   227,731 To reduce overcrowding and improve learning, shall the Los Angeles Unified           Y
                                                                                                           School District: continue repair/upgrade of aging/deteriorating classrooms,
                                                                                                           restrooms; build up-to-date, energy efficient neighborhood schools; early
                                                                                                           childhood education centers; upgrade fire/earthquake safety, emergency
                                                                                                           response equipment; purchase library books; upgrade computer technology;
                                                                                                           eliminate asbestos, lead paint hazards by issuing $3,985 billion in bonds, at
                                                                                                           legal interest rates; with guaranteed annual financial/performance audits,               11   11
19   3   Los Angeles         11/8/2005   Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified     M    R   F    15,496     6,398 To complete the next phase of school renovations, qualify for over                   Y
                                                                                                           $11,000,000 in state matching funds and improve safety and educational
                                                                                                           opportunities by replacing aging sewer/water lines, improving fire alarms,
                                                                                                           upgrading heating/ventilation, replacing 30-year old portables, building
                                                                                                           classrooms to accommodate growth, improving seismic safety and completing
                                                                                                           projects detailed in the core academic school facilities plan, shall Palos Verdes        11   11
19   3   Los Angeles         11/8/2005   Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified     M    S   F    14,678     7,233 Peninsula Unified School District issue $30,000,000 in bonds, at legal interest
                                                                                                           Shall Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District issue $10,000,000 in            Y
                                                                                                           bonds at legal interest rates to improve school grounds and facilities including
                                                                                                           replacing deteriorating school fencing to establish a safe school perimeter,
                                                                                                           renovating playfields and play courts, repairing unsafe bleachers, replacing
                                                                                                           aging gym floors that can no longer be resurfaced, adding physical education             11   11
19   3   Los Angeles         11/8/2005   Torrance Unified                   M    X   M    10,975    15,384 Shall the to accommodate growing enrollment and completing other projects in
                                                                                                           facilities merit (civil service) system for school employees not requiring           Y
                                                                                                           certification qualifications, as provided for in Article 6 (commencing with
                                                                                                           Section 45240 of Chapter 5 of Part 25 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Education
                                                                                                           Code of the State of California), and which has been in operation for at least           70   12
20   3   Madera              11/8/2005   Chawanakee Jt. Elementary          M    Q   F     1,126       850 To improve be terminated education and ensure local control of our schools,
                                                                                                           five years, the quality of by the Torrance Unified School District of Los            Y
                                                                                                           shall the Chawanakee Unified School District be authorized to construct a new
                                                                                                           comprehensive high school to provide students with modern classrooms and
                                                                                                           school facilities comparable to neighboring schools, reduce parent and student
                                                                                                           travel, and make the District eligible for up to $26,000,000 in State grants by          11   11
20   3   Madera              11/8/2005   West Hills Community College       M    B   F       45         52 In order$9,000,000 in bonds within legal interest rates, with citizens' oversight,
                                                                                                           issuing to meet the needs of student growth, expand campuses through               Y
                                                                                                           construction of new buildings, provide continued access to education and
                                                                                                           technology, repair and upgrade existing facilities and furnish and equip
                                                                                                           buildings, shall the West Hills Community College District issue $36,000,000 in
                                                                                                           bonds with an interest rate below the legal limit for repair, improvement,               11   11
20   3   Madera              11/8/2005   Yosemite/Coarsegold Joint Unified-P M   P   M     5,132     2,802 Shall Yosemite Joint Union High School District facilities with citizen oversight, Y
                                                                                                           construction and acquisition of classrooms and and Coarsegold Union School
                                                                                                                                                                                                    70   12
                                                                                                           District be reorganized to form a new unified school district?
21   3   Marin               3/7/2005    Larkspur Elementary                M    B   T     2,754       866 To maintain the high quality of public education in Corte Madera and Larkspur      Y
                                                                                                           by providing continued support for small class sizes, exceptional instructional
                                                                                                           programs, and highly qualified staff for a growing student population, shall the
                                                                                                           Larkspur School District be authorized to renew a parcel tax commencing July              3   10
21   3   Marin               3/7/2005    Novato Unified                     M    A   T    13,310     4,418 To2005 forthemaximum of six years at the rate of $289.00 per parcel per year Y
                                                                                                           1, reduce a impact of unprecedented school funding cuts and protect quality
                                                                                                           education in Novato's schools by preserving essential educational programs;
                                                                                                           maintaining small class sizes in math, science, English and elementary grades;
                                                                                                           retaining teachers and avoiding extensive layoffs; and keeping school libraries
                                                                                                           open shall Novato Unified School District extend its expiring school parcel tax           3   10
21   3   Marin               3/7/2005    Ross Elementary                    M    C   T      781        546 for enhance the $155 per parcel, with an exemption for safety forno money for
                                                                                                           To six years at educational environment and improve seniors, students, staff Y
                                                                                                           and the community through the reconstruction of deteriorated elementary
                                                                                                           classrooms, library and facilities (most over 60 years old); to rectify
                                                                                                           substandard heating, ventilation, plumbing, roofing and electrical systems; to
                                                                                                           comply with current earthquake and flood safety codes; and to improve energy-            11   11
                                                                                                           efficiency; shall Ross Elementary School District issue $19 million of bonds at
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21   3   Marin                 3/7/2005    Ross Valley Elementary             M    E   T     5,204    1,067 To maintain the high quality of education in Ross Valley Schools (with reduced      Y
                                                                                                            class sizes and high student achievement) and to protect the quality of life and
                                                                                                            property values in our community, should the existing special tax for Ross
                                                                                                            Valley elementary and middle schools (12% of the District Budget) be                     3   112
21   3   Marin                 8/30/2005   San Rafael City Elementary         M    B   T     6,801    2,740 continued for an improve quality K-8 education, improve reading andmeasures
                                                                                                            To maintain and additional eight years with audit and accountability             Y
                                                                                                            mathematics programs, enhance technology and science programs, preserve
                                                                                                            small class sizes, and attract and retain quality teachers and staff, shall the
                                                                                                            San Rafael Elementary School District continue the current parcel tax with a
                                                                                                            levy of $144.76 per developed or undeveloped parcel beginning 7/1/06 for                 3    10
21   3   Marin                 8/30/2005   San Rafael City High               M    A   T    11,548    4,161 To maintain with subsequent 5% education at of living adjustment and including Y
                                                                                                            eight years and improve quality annual cost San Rafael and Terra Linda High
                                                                                                            Schools, improve reading and mathematic, technology and science programs,
                                                                                                            preserve small class sizes, and attract and retain quality teachers, shall San
                                                                                                            Rafael High School District continue the current parcel tax with a levy of
                                                                                                            $98.90 per developed or undeveloped parcel beginning 7/1/06 for eight years              3    10
21   3   Marin                 11/8/2005   Reed Union Elementary              M    B   F     3,907    1,659 To complete the Facility Master Plan that adjustment successfully rebuilding our Y
                                                                                                            with subsequent 5% annual cost of living resulted in and including exemptions
                                                                                                            schools, on budget and carefully monitored, shall Reed Union School District
                                                                                                            issue $13 million of bonds to complete the last set of improvements: upgrade
                                                                                                            science classrooms; renovate athletic fields for a safer environment; improve
                                                                                                            technology communication systems; build a middle school gymnasium; remove               11    11
22   3   Mariposa              11/8/2005   Yosemite/Coarsegold Joint Unified-P M   P   M       58        24 Should thedry rot; completeUnion High School District andplans and finish all
                                                                                                            remaining Yosemite Joint site access and landscaping the Coarsegold              Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                    70    12
                                                                                                            Union School District be reorganized to form a new unified school district?
23   3   Mendocino             11/8/2005   Ukiah Unified                      M    U   T     6,675    3,147 To repair and renovate Ukiah High School, including projects such as                Y
                                                                                                            modernizing ventilation and heating systems; replacing deteriorating plumbing;
                                                                                                            upgrading electrical systems; installing data networks; upgrading science,
                                                                                                            library, music, and theater classrooms; replace aging roofs; and to qualify for
                                                                                                            up to $7,000,000 in State matching grants; shall the Ukiah Unified School               11    11
24   3   Merced                11/8/2005   Livingston Union Elementary        M    B   F     1,002      485 To relieve severe overcrowding by million ina new elementary rates within the
                                                                                                            District be authorized to issue $43 building bonds at interest school; and to       Y
                                                                                                            preserve class size reduction, technology programs, library services, after
                                                                                                            school programs; and other programs contributing to students' academic
                                                                                                            achievements; to repair, replace, upgrade school facilities; and to qualify for
                                                                                                            state matching funds, shall the Livingston Union School District issue                  11    11
27   3   Monterey              11/8/2005   Carmel Unified                     M    A   M     7,744    2,768 To continue the general obligation bonds at interest rates within legal limits,
                                                                                                            $10,000,000 of renovation and modernization of its schools to enhance               Y
                                                                                                            student learning and safety by building, renovating and acquiring school
                                                                                                            buildings, classrooms and facilities, shall the Carmel Unified School District
                                                                                                            issue $21,500,000 of bonds at legal interest rates, appoint a Citizens                  11    11
27   3   Monterey              11/8/2005   West Hills Community College       M    B   M        2         2 In order toCommittee, and perform annual audits with campuses through be
                                                                                                            Oversight meet the needs of student growth, expand no bond money to               Y
                                                                                                            construction of new buildings, provide continued access to education and
                                                                                                            technology, repair and upgrade existing facilities and furnish and equip
                                                                                                            buildings, shall the West Hills Community College District issue $36,000,000 in
                                                                                                            bonds with an interest rate below the legal limit for repair, improvement,              11    11
28   3   Napa                  11/8/2005   Howell Mountain Elementary         M    C   F      663           construction and acquisition of classrooms and facilities with citizen oversight, Y
                                                                                                        276 To improve the quality of education, shall the Howell Mountain Elementary
                                                                                                            School District be authorized to replace outdated plumbing and water systems,
                                                                                                            upgrade inadequate plumbing and water systems, upgrade inadequate
                                                                                                            electrical systems to improve energy efficiency and increase student access
                                                                                                            to computers and modern technology, make health and safety improvements,
                                                                                                            modernize outdated classrooms, and upgrade old restrooms by issuing                     11    11
29   3   Nevada                3/8/2005    Tahoe-Trukee Unified               M    A   T     2,930      862 $2,900,000 in bonds,Unified legal interest rates, with annual audits, a citizens' Y
                                                                                                            Shall Tahoe Truckee within School District continue to collect $98/year per
                                                                                                            taxable parcel for seven years, with citizen oversight and exemptions for
                                                                                                            taxpayers aged 65 and older for classroom supplies, materials, lower 4th - 8th
                                                                                                            grade class size, increased core academic class offerings in middle and high
                                                                                                            schools, vocational education, music, computers, technology support, physical            3    10
30   3   Orange                3/8/2005    Lowell Joint Unified               M    B   T     1,566    1,393 To maintain quality educational programs and nursing, bus replacement prevent
                                                                                                            education, playground and field maintenance, classroom instruction, to fund,
                                                                                                            significant increases in class size, to avoid reducation in teaching positions, to
                                                                                                            attract and retain the best teachers and employees, and to support educational
                                                                                                            programs that enhance student achivement, shall the Lowell Joint School                  3    10
30   3   Orange                11/8/2005   Newport-Mesa Unified               M    F   F    26,123   20,401 To increase access to educational opportunities for all students, provide within Y
                                                                                                            District be authorized to levy a special tax of $95 on each parcel of land
                                                                                                            facilities to meet current state educational requirements and improve student
                                                                                                            safety by completing specific projects throughout the school district, shall
                                                                                                            Newport-Mesa Unified School District issue $282 million in bonds, at legal
                                                                                                            interest rates, with new bonds being issued only if projected annual tax rates          11    11
31   3   Placer                3/8/2005    Tahoe-Trukee Unified               M    A   T     2,358      857 Shall Tahoe Truckee being paid today by local taxpayers, guaranteed
                                                                                                            do not exceed those Unified School District continue to collect $98/year per       Y
                                                                                                            taxable parcel for seven years, with citizen oversight and exemptions for
                                                                                                            taxpayers aged 65 and older for classroom supplies, materials, lower 4th - 8th
                                                                                                            grade class size, increased core academic class offerings in middle and high
                                                                                                            schools, vocational education, music, computers, technology support, physical            3    10
31   3   Placer                6/7/2005    Placer Hills Union Elementary      M    D   T     2,132          education, playground and field maintenance, nursing, bus replacement fund,
                                                                                                      2,181 To ensure reliable funding for our schools, provide programs to aid students     Y
                                                                                                            with their reading skills, preserve small class sizes, maintain academic
                                                                                                            excellence in math, science, library and music programs, retain qualified
                                                                                                            teachers, provide students with computer literacy skills, shall the Placer Hills         3    10
31   3   Placer                11/8/2005   Center Joint Unified               R    1   M       123          Union School District levy a parcel tax of $48 for Center Unified annual audits
                                                                                                         33 Shall Board Member to succeed Tere Ferguson? four years with School District Y          50    13
31   3   Placer                11/8/2005   Center Joint Unified               R    2   M       126       35 Shall board member Scott Rodowick be recalled from office? Center Unified           Y   50    13
33   3   Riverside             6/7/2005    Coachella Valley Unified           M    D   T     1,560      432 To improve student safety and relieve overcrowding, shall the Coachella Valley      Y
                                                                                                            Unified School District construct schools, classrooms and schools facilities
                                                                                                            throughout the District, repair and update local schools including
                                                                                                            upgrading/installing fire safety equipment, plumbing/sewer/heating/ventilation
                                                                                                            systems and electrical wiring for technology, acquire school facilities currently
                                                                                                            leased, and qualify for State grants, by issuing $250,000,000 in bonds at legal         11    11
33   3   Riverside             11/8/2005   Jurupa Unified                     M    E   M     4,589    6,560 rates,trustee areas be abolished in the Jurupa Unified School District, County
                                                                                                            Shall with guaranteed annual independent financial audits, public oversight,        Y   70    12
34   3   Sacramento            11/8/2005   Center Unified                     R    1   M     3,934      899 Shall Scott Rodowick be recalled (removed) from the office of Governing Board       Y   50    13
34   3   Sacramento            11/8/2005   Center Unified                     R    2   M     3,746    1,065 Shall Teri Ferguson be recalled (removed) from the office of Governing Board        Y   50    13
34   3   Sacramento            11/8/2005   Galt Joint Union High              M    B   T     5,696    2,057 To build a new high school to address severe overcrowding at Galt High              Y
                                                                                                            School, shall the Galt Joint Union High School District be authorized to
                                                                                                            construct school classrooms and facilities and issue $29,200,000 in bonds at            11    11
                                                                                                            interest rates within the legal limit with an Independent Citizens Oversight
35   3   San Benito            11/8/2005   West Hills Community College       M    B   F        0         1 In order to meet the needs of student growth, expand campuses through               Y
                                                                                                            construction of new buildings, provide continued access to education and
                                                                                                            technology, repair and upgrade existing facilities and furnish and equip
                                                                                                            buildings, shall the West Hills Community College District issue $36,000,000 in
                                                                                                            bonds with an interest rate below the legal limit of repair, improvements ,             11    11
36   3   San Bernardino        6/7/2005    Palo Verde Community College       M    K   T      608           construction and acquisition of classrooms and facilities with citizen oversight,
                                                                                                        304 To provide the Needles community with a permanent college facility for            Y
                                                                                                            programs preparing local students for jobs and four year colleges, shall Palo
                                                                                                            Verde Community College District be authorized to finance construction,
                                                                                                            reconstruction and development of a college center/building including
                                                                                                            acquisition of real property, by issuing $6,000,000 in bonds of School Facilities       11    11
36   3   San Bernardino        11/8/2005   Morongo Unified                    M    O   F     6,563    4,964 To repair/renovate each school of the Morongo Unified School District, District Y
                                                                                                            Improvement District No. 2004-1 of the Palo Verde Community College
                                                                                                            improve student safety and relieve overcrowding by: Repairing
                                                                                                            deteriorating/aging classrooms, restrooms, plumbing, electrical systems and
                                                                                                            other facilities; Making safety improvements for fire/health emergencies and
                                                                                                            security upgrades; Renovating classrooms, science and computer labs and
                                                                                                            technology centers; Build and make improvements to school facilities; Shall             11    11
37   3   San Diego             11/8/2005   Bonsall Union Elementary           M    C   F     2,767    1,451 Morongo Unified School District issue $48,150,000 in bonds at legaltechnology
                                                                                                            To improve the quality of education and provide similar schools and interest
                                                                                                            to all our students, shall Bonsall Union School District be authorized to replace
                                                                                                            and upgrade school facilites including classrooms, restrooms, and electrical,
                                                                                                            HVAC, plumbing and sewer systems; improve student access to computers and
                                                                                                            modern technology; and make the District eligible for $3,700,000 in State funds         11    11
38   3   San Francisco         11/8/2005   San Francisco Community College    M    A   F   134,999   76,320 Shall San Francisco Community College Districtwith annual audits, a citizens'
                                                                                                            by issuing $17,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, (City College) increase           Y
                                                                                                            opportunities and improve conditions at its campuses throughout San
                                                                                                            Francisco by issuing $246,300,000 in Phase II bonds at legal interest rates to
                                                                                                            pay for capital improvements including increasing student access to advanced
                                                                                                            computer technology and bio/stem cell technology, renovating classrooms,                11    11
39   3   San Joaquin           11/8/2005   Galt Joint Union High              M    B   T      873       625 To build new facilities for upper division classes, neighborhood Galt High
                                                                                                            building a new high school to address severe overcrowding at classes and the Y
                                                                                                            School, shall the Galt Joint Union High School District be authorized to
                                                                                                            construct school classrooms and facilities and issue $29,200,000 in bonds at            11    11
                                                                                                            interest rates within the legal limit with an Independent Citizens Oversight
39   3   San Joaquin           11/8/2005   Stockton Unified                   M    C   F    18,858    8,309 To relieve overcrowding by building new schools and classrooms; reconfiguring Y
                                                                                                            schools to improve educational opportunities, student achievement and safety;
                                                                                                            repairing, replacing or upgrading fire alarm systems, leaky roofs, electrical
                                                                                                            systems, deteriorating school facilities, and damage caused by dry rot and
                                                                                                            termites; removing asbestos and other hazardous materials; and obtaining                11    11
41   3   San Mateo             3/8/2005    Brisbane Elementary                M    U   T      929       401 state the Brisbane School District replace its current parcel tax issue $120a
                                                                                                            Shall matching funds; shall the Stockton Unified School District by levying    Y
                                                                                                            special tax of not more than $96 annually per parcel to provide reading, music,
                                                                                                            and art teachers; and if funds allow, to lower class size and purchase library
                                                                                                            and instructional resources; provided that senior citizens be eligible for               3    10
41   3   San Mateo             5/3/2005    Redwood City Elementary            M    V   T     9,763    6,064 In order to maintain and improve quality educational raised from 7/1/2006 to
                                                                                                            exemption? Shall the District's appropriation limit be programs; attract and    Y
                                                                                                            retain quality teachers; maintain library programs; improve math and science
                                                                                                            programs; maintain music classes; preserve small class size; and provide
                                                                                                            special needs programs; shall the Redwood City School District levy a parcel             3    10
41   3   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Belmont-Redwood Shores ElementaryM      C   F     2,312          tax relieve overcrowding at Sandpiper Elementarysquare footage; and on local Y
                                                                                                                 for 5 years on commercial/industrial property School and allow every
                                                                                                      1,089 To
                                                                                                            child to attend a neighborhood elementary school, shall Redwood School
                                                                                                            Facilities Improvement District of the Belmont-Redwood School District issue
                                                                                                            $25,000,000 in bonds at legal rates, to acquire and improve land, acquire,
                                                                                                            construct and equip classrooms, school facilities, labs and libraries, with             11    11
41   3   San Mateo             11/8/2005   La Honda-Pescadero Unified         M    B   T      920       351 To improve studentoversight, annual public audits and with all funds spent
                                                                                                            guaranteed citizen achievement and academic performance; to attract and         Y
                                                                                                            retain highly qualified teachers; and to improve library services, shall the La
                                                                                                            Honda-Pescadero Unified School District levy $100 per year taxable parcel for
                                                                                                            seven years, with certain exemptions for contiguous parcels owned by persons             3    10
41   3   San Mateo             11/8/2005   San Carlos Elementary              M    E   F     6,240    3,673 In order to make specificfunds staying in local schools,eachwith independent
                                                                                                            65 years and older, with repairs and improvements at and of the San Carlos Y
                                                                                                            School District's six school campuses, including classroom renovation, repair
                                                                                                            and upgrade of roofs, electrical, plumbing, heating, sewers, and other major
                                                                                                            systems, and construction of new classrooms at Tierra Linda Campus, all as
                                                                                                            specified in the District's Bond Project List, shall the District issue $38 million     11    11
41   3   San Mateo             11/8/2005   San Mateo Community College        M    A   F   114,319   63,802 Tobonds at interest rates within legal limits, College, and Skyline College
                                                                                                            in prepare College of San Mateo, Canada and establish Citizens' Oversight           Y
                                                                                                            students for universities and high demand jobs; upgrade nursing, health career,
                                                                                                            science, computer, and biotechnology labs; improve accessibility for disabled
                                                                                                            students; make earthquake safety improvements; repair/modernize libraries,
                                                                                                            classrooms, and aging facilities; and other projects in the Bond Project List,          11    11
41   3   San Mateo             11/8/2005   Woodside Elementary                M    D   F     1,042      480 To improve, renovate and modernizeCollege District be authorizedreplacing
                                                                                                            shall San Mateo County Community Woodside School, including to issue              Y
                                                                                                            obsolete temporary structures with permanent classrooms and restrooms
                                                                                                            meeting seismic safety requirements and enhancing student safety, improving
                                                                                                            handicap accessibility, modernizing technology infrastructure throughout,
                                                                                                            reclaiming open space, and making other improvements in the Bond Project
                                                                                                            List, shall the Woodside Elementary School District issue $12 million in bonds          11    11
43   3   Santa Clara           3/8/2005    Milpitas Unified                   M    A   T     4,443    2,923 at interest and retain qualified teachers, maintain instructorsmeasures including Y
                                                                                                            To attract rates within legal limits, subject to accountability and equipment for
                                                                                                            science and technology education, keep small class sizes in grades K-3 and
                                                                                                            9th grade English and math, and maintain quality programs in neighborhood
                                                                                                            schools; shall Milpitas Unified School District levy an annual tax of $140 per
                                                                                                            parcel for 5 years only, with annual audits, independent citizens oversight, no          3    10
                                                                                                            money for administrator salaries, an exemption for senior citizens age 65 or
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43   3   Santa Clara        6/7/2005    Palo Alto Unified                  M   A   T   14,033   4,899 To preserve small class size; maintain educational programs that enhance         Y
                                                                                                      student achievement; and restore some essential educational programs--
                                                                                                      including elementary literacy, math, and art support, and middle and high school
                                                                                                      class offerings--shall the Palo Alto Unified School District replace its current          3   10
44   3   Santa Cruz         11/8/2005   Santa Cruz City Elementary         M   B   T   16,734         parcel tax with a $493 yearly assessment for six years withfunding to retain
                                                                                                                                                                      an optional
                                                                                                4,165 Elementary School Funding Renewal. To provide continued                          Y
                                                                                                      quality teachers, art and music programs, credentialed librarians and
                                                                                                      counselors for at-risk youth and students with academic needs, shall the
                                                                                                      Elementary District of Santa Cruz City Schools renew without increase its
                                                                                                      existing assessment of $70/year per parcel for seven years, beginning July 1,             3   10
44   3   Santa Cruz         11/8/2005   Santa Cruz City High               M   A   T   30,483   9,136 High School Funding Renewal. To provide by seniors fundingwith independent
                                                                                                      2006, exempting parcels owned/occupied continued (65+), to retain quality        Y
                                                                                                      teachers, credentialed librarians, academic and career counseling programs,
                                                                                                      and counselors for at-risk youth, shall the High School District of the Santa
                                                                                                      Cruz City Schools renew without increase its existing assessment of $28/year
                                                                                                      per parcel for seven years, beginning July 1, 2006, exempting parcels                     3   10
45   3   Shasta             11/8/2005   Siskiyou Joint Community College   M   A   F      72       34 To train and prepareseniors (65+), with careers and transfer to four-year and
                                                                                                      owned/occupied by students for jobs, independent community oversight                 Y
                                                                                                      universities, expand nursing, medical training, fire science and technology skills
                                                                                                      programs: Build/renovate libraries, classrooms for healthcare, science,
                                                                                                      computer/job training programs; Acquire, construct, modernize and equip
                                                                                                      facilities, Repair, upgrade deteriorating classrooms, restrooms, plumbing,
                                                                                                      electrical systems; Shall Siskiyou Joint Community College District qualify for          11   11
47   3   Siskiyou           11/8/2005   Siskiyou Joint Community College   M   A   F    8,840   5,321 State matching funds, and issue $31,400,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with
                                                                                                      To train and prepare students for jobs, careers and transfer to four year            Y
                                                                                                      universities, expand nursing, medical training, fire science and technology skill
                                                                                                      programs: (1) Build/renovate libraries, classrooms for healthcare, science,
                                                                                                      computer/job training programs; (2) Acquire construct, modernize and equip
                                                                                                      facilities; (3) Repair, upgrade deteriorating classrooms, restrooms, plumbing,
                                                                                                      electrical systems, shall Siskiyou Joint Community College District qualify for          11   11
48   3   Solano             11/8/2005   Vacaville Unified                  M   F   M    9,161   7,847 State matching funds, and issue $31,400,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with
                                                                                                      For the abolition of trustee areas in the Vacaville Unified School District.         Y   70   12
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified        M   A   T    6,500   3,289 Quality Public Education Preservation Act of 2005. To maintain and improve           Y
                                                                                                      high quality local education by: Attracting and retaining quality teachers and
                                                                                                      staff; enhancing literacy and reading instruction; improving science and math
                                                                                                      programs; maintaining library services, shall Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified
                                                                                                      School District levy an annual parcel tax of $97.00 for 4 years only, with                3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Forestville Union Elementary       M   C   T    1,325     777 To provide funds to reduce class size, restore classroom music and artseniors,
                                                                                                      independent community fiscal oversight, annual audits, exemptions for                Y
                                                                                                     instruction, and provide counseling and student support services, shall the
                                                                                                     Forestville Union School District be authorized to renew and increase its
                                                                                                     existing qualified special tax at a cost of $76.34 per parcel for eight years              3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Gravenstein Union Elementary       M   D   T    1,004    698 beginning July 1, 2005,our students audits and exemption for parcels owned
                                                                                                     To continue to provide with annual with courses in music and art, technology,         Y
                                                                                                     foreign language instruction, and library services, all essential for student
                                                                                                     growth and development, shall the Gravenstein Union School District be
                                                                                                     authorized to replace and extend its existing parcel tax of $36 per year with an           3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Harmony Union Elementary           M   E   T     825     507 To preserve atax ofquality education in our local school 1, 2005, with annual
                                                                                                     annual parcel high $52 for eight years, beginning July which supports every        Y
                                                                                                      child by sustaining appropriate class sizes, library services, technology and the
                                                                                                      arts, shall the Harmony Union School District be authorized to levy an annual
                                                                                                      parcel tax of $52 for eight years, beginning July 1, 2005, with annual audits             3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Oak Union Union Elementary         M   F   T     926          and an exemption for parcels ownedwith courses inby persons 65 years of age Y
                                                                                                                                             and occupied art, music, drama, and
                                                                                                  581 To continue to provide our students
                                                                                                      foreign language, all essential for student growth and development, shall the
                                                                                                      Oak Grove Union School District by authorized to levy an annual parcel tax of             3   10
                                                                                                      $52 for eight years, beginning July 1, 2005, exempting parcels owned and
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Old Adobe Union Elementary         M   G   T    3,792   1,978 To keep school libraries open, to restore programs for struggling readers, to     Y
                                                                                                      restore an enriching music program, and to support small class sizes, shall the
                                                                                                      Old Adobe Union School District be authorized to levy an annual parcel tax of
                                                                                                      $75 for four years, beginning July 1, 2005, with public review by a citizens'             3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Piner-Olivet Union Elementary      M   H   T    1,640   1,236 In order tocommittee, award winning music program,ownedall four school by
                                                                                                      oversight retain our offering exemption to parcels keep and occupied              Y
                                                                                                      libraries open, maintain and improve the instructional assistant programs and
                                                                                                      strengthen the computer technology programs shall the Piner-Olivet Union
                                                                                                      School District be authorized to levy an annual tax of $72 per taxable parcel for         3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Sebastopol Union Elementary        M   I   T    2,292   1,024 six provide funds to restore educationalwith annualincluding reading assistance Y
                                                                                                      To years only, beginning July 1, 2005, programs audits and a complete
                                                                                                      for all students, vocal and instrumental music, library services, art, computer
                                                                                                      technology and to maintain student counseling services, shall the Sebastopol
                                                                                                      Union School District be authorized to renew and increase its existing qualified          3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    Twin Hills Union Elementary        M   J   T    1,221     665 To continueat aprovide our studentsparcel for eight years beginning July as well Y
                                                                                                      special tax to cost of $52.00 per with courses in the arts and music, 1,
                                                                                                      as technology instruction and instructional materials, all essential for student
                                                                                                      growth and development, shall the Twin Hills Union School District be
                                                                                                      authorized an annual parcel tax of $52 for eight years, beginning July 1, 2005,           3   10
49   3   Sonoma             3/8/2005    West Sonoma County Union           M   B   T    9,118   4,786 with annualfunds to reduce class sizes, restore electives, and increase funding Y
                                                                                                      To provide audits and an exemption for parcels owned and occupied by
                                                                                                      for technology, crisis counseling, libraries and school safety; restore funding
                                                                                                      for equipment and materials for fine and performing arts and sciences, shall
                                                                                                      West Sonoma County Union High School District be authorized to renew and
                                                                                                      increase its existing qualified special tax at a cost of $26.00 per parcel for            3   10
49   3   Sonoma             6/7/2005    Harmony Union Elementary           M   L   T    1,124     512 To prevent eliminationJuly 1, 2005, with annual audits music and the arts, and Y
                                                                                                      eight years beginning of library services, technology, and exemption for
                                                                                                      to maintain adequate staffing, and to provide instructional assistance for math
                                                                                                      and reading, shall the Harmony Union School District be authorized to levy an
                                                                                                      annual parcel tax of $52 for eight years, beginning July 1, 2005, with annual             3   10
49   3   Sonoma             6/7/2005    West Sonoma County Union           M   K   T    9,929   4,847 audits and an exemption forclass sizes, restore electives, by persons 65funding Y
                                                                                                      To provide funds to reduce parcels owned and occupied and increase years
                                                                                                      for technology, crisis counseling, libraries and school safety, shall West
                                                                                                      Sonoma County Union High School District be authorized to renew and
                                                                                                      increase its existing qualified special tax at a cost of $26.00 per parcel for            3   10
50   3   Stanislaus         3/8/2005    Keyes Union Elementary             M   L   T     392      140 To improve beginning July 1, 2005, with annual audits and exemption for
                                                                                                      eight years the quality of education shall Keyes Union School District acquire,
                                                                                                     construct and improve facilites including completing Sprating Middle School by
                                                                                                     building gymnasium and multipurpose buildings, modernizing Keyes Elementary
                                                                                                     by making needed plumbing and restroom renovations, upgrading playgrounds,
                                                                                                     improving health and safety, upgrading electrical systems to improves modern              11   11
50   3   Stanislaus         11/8/2005   Newman-Crows Landing Unified       M   O   F     869     891 To improve student safety District eligible torenovating aging roofs, electrical
                                                                                                     technology, and make the by repairing and receive over $1,000,000 in State
                                                                                                     and plumbing systems and other aging District infrastructure, and to ease
                                                                                                     student overcrowding by paying off an outstanding loan to complete                        11   11
                                                                                                     construction, shall the Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District be
50   3   Stanislaus         11/8/2005   Riverbank Unified                  M   P   F    1,584    842 To improve the quality of education, shall the Riverbank Unified School District
                                                                                                     be authorized to renovate outdated restrooms and plumbing systems, make
                                                                                                     health and safety improvements, construct a new elementary school to relieve
                                                                                                     student overcrowding, modernize deteriorating classrooms and libraries,
                                                                                                     construct new science labs, and make the district eleigible to recieve                    11   11
51   3   Sutter             1/25/2005   Yuba City Unified                  M   N   T       6      85 Shall the Yuba State-matching funds by issuing $15,200,000 in bonds within 1
                                                                                                     $5,800,000 in City Unified School District Community Facilities District No.       Y
                                                                                                     Be authorized to levy a special tax at the rate and apportioned as described in
                                                                                                     Resolution No.BR-0405-015 adopted by the governing Board of the Yuba City
                                                                                                     Unified School District on July 27,2004, which resolution is Incorporated herein
                                                                                                     in by reference, within the territory identified on the map Entitled "Annexation           7   44
54   3   Tulare             3/8/2005    Woodlake Union High                M   B   T     417     781 For all schools, to provide funds not otherwise 1," Whichfor the athletic facility Y
                                                                                                     Map No. 1 of Community Facilities District No. available map is attached as
                                                                                                     improvements, repainting of the campus, fencing, irrigation and well
                                                                                                     improvements for the baseball field, salary and benefits of additional
                                                                                                     maintenance employees, shall the Woodlake Union High School District be
                                                                                                     authorized to collect an annual qualified special tax of $50 per taxable parcel            3   10
54   3   Tulare             11/8/2005   Delano Joint Union High            M   C   T     601     207 To relieve July 1, 2005, for a period building new classrooms andexpenditures
                                                                                                     beginning student overcrowding by of seven years, and with all facilities          Y
                                                                                                     throughout the District and to make the District issue $55 million of bonds at
                                                                                                     the lowest possible interest rates so long as spending is annually reviewed by            11   11
                                                                                                     an independent citizens' oversight committee, no money is used for
54   3   Tulare             11/8/2005   Kings River Union Elementary       M   E   F     300     157 Shall the Kings River Union School District: Prepare for future growth and            Y
                                                                                                     provide facilities that best serve the students and community by constructing
                                                                                                                                                                                               11   11
                                                                                                     and equipping a multipurpose building, or a science lab and/or library, and by
54   3   Tulare             11/8/2005   Kingsburg Joint Union High         M   K   T     436     245 To raise money for improvement projects at Kingsburg High School, including           Y
                                                                                                     Football Bowl upgrades and improvements; Old Gym upgrades and
                                                                                                     improvements; added parking; landscape beautification, softball field upgrades
                                                                                                     and improvements, upgrades and improvements on other athletic fields; and
                                                                                                     Little Theater upgrades and improvements, shall Kingsburg Joint Union High                11   11
55   3   Toulumne           11/8/2005   Big Oak Flat-Groveland Unified     M   M   F    1,563    722 To improve the issue and education, shall the Big Oak Flat-Groveland Unified
                                                                                                     School District quality of sell up to $7,000,000 of bonds at not to exceed the        Y
                                                                                                     School District be authorized to upgrade and construct classrooms and labs,
                                                                                                     improve students access to computers and technology, upgrade outdated
                                                                                                     restrooms, sewer and plumbing systems, make health and safety
                                                                                                     improvements, renovate electrical systems, replace roofing, and become                    11   11
56   3   Ventura            11/8/2005   El Tejon Unified                   M   E   F      48      38 To relieve receive overcrowding, improve school safety and provide facilities
                                                                                                     eligible to school $4,500,000 in State grants by issuing $9,300,000 in bonds,         Y
                                                                                                       that best serve the students and community, shall the El Tejon Unified School
                                                                                                       District replace portable classrooms that are currently 57%, or 39 instructional
                                                                                                       class rooms, of the school district with equipped permanent classrooms, and             11   11
                                                                                                       build a multipurpose facility at Frazier Park Elementary School, construct and
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