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- Measure A.
Classoom And Facility Improvement
-- Sonoma County Community College District
(Bond requiring 55% approval of voters who vote on the measure)
67.9% Yes votes
32.1% No votes
- Shall Santa Rosa Junior College (Santa Rosa, Petaluma, all locations) prepare students for jobs and four year colleges by acquiring, constructing, furnishing, repairing deteriorating classrooms, libraries, laboratories, sites, parking; upgrading fire safety, ventilation/plumbing, electrical, computer technology wiring; replacing portables; completing and upgrading training centers for firefighters, police, nurses, paramedics, technology; by Sonoma County Junior College District issuing $251,700,000 of bonds at legal rates, with Citizens' Oversight Committee, annual audits and no money for operations or administrators' salaries?
- Measure B.
School Classrooms and Facilities
-- Santa Rosa High School District
(Bond requiring approval of 55% of voters who vote on the measure)
66.5% Yes votes
33.5% No votes
- To improve classroom technology and internet access and make campus safety repairs and renovations to Santa Rosa's middle and high schools, install new fire safety systems, remove asbestos and lead-based paint, replace deteriorating portable classrooms, upgrade heating, plumbing and other systems to current State standards, and to qualify for State matching funds, shall the Santa Rosa High School District issue $77,230,000 of bonds at interest rates within the legal limit, and establish an independent citizens'committee to monitor spending?
- Measure C.
Classroom and Facilities
-- Santa Rosa Elementary School District
(Bond requiring approval of 55% of the voters who vote on the measure)
70.4% Yes votes
29.6% No votes
- In order to upgrade elementary school campus safety, remove asbestos and lead-based paint, replace deteriorating portable classrooms, renovate classrooms for new techology and internet access, repair and renovate heating, lighting, plumbing, fire safety, security and other campus systems and structures, and to qualify for State matching funds, shall the Santa Rosa Elementary School District issue $19,125,ooo of bonds at interest rates within the legal limit, and establish an independent citizens' committee to monitor district spending?
- Measure D.
Hospital Parcel Tax
-- Sonoma Valley Health Care District
84.0% Yes votes
16.0% No votes
- Shall the Sonoma Valley Health Care District levy a special tax on each taxable parcel of land within the District, at an annual rate of up to $130 per parcel for five (5) years, to ensure continued local access to emergency room care, acute hospital care, and other medical services for residents of the District and visitors to the area, and correspondingly establish the District's appropriations limit in an amount equal to the available funding during the first year of the parcel tax at the rate of $130 per parcel?
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