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San Mateo County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Directory of San Mateo County, CA Measures
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Measure A. Compensation of Board of Supervisors -- San Mateo County (Charter Amendment (Majority Approval Required))
76,559 / 36.0% Yes votes
136,210 / 64.0% No votes
Shall the Charter of the County of San Mateo be amended to so that the compensation of members of the Board of Supervisors be set at an amount not greater than 80% compensation received by a Judge of the Superior Court?

Measure B. Crime Laboratory Bonds -- San Mateo County (Bond (2/3 Approval Required))
145,276 / 65.3% Yes votes
77,086 / 34.7% No votes
In order to assist modern effective law enforcement, shall the County of San Mateo be authorized to issue General Obligation Bonds in the amount of $13 million dollars principal ($13,000,000) to finance the construction, acquisition, and improvement of a crime laboratory and associated facilities?

Measure C. Ravenswood City School District Bonds -- Ravenswood City School District (Bond (2/3 Approval Required))
4,174 / 85.7% Yes votes
699 / 14.3% No votes
To increase student safety and improve learning by upgrading electrical wiring for computer use, heating and cooling systems, intercoms and fire alarms, lighting and security, removing asbestos and other hazardous materials from classrooms; relieve overcrowded campuses; expand classroom space by replacing 35-year old portable trailers and building additional classrooms and bathrooms; repair, acquire, construct and upgrade facilities and school sites, shall the Ravenswood City School District issue $10,000,000 bonds at interest rates within the legal limit?

Measure D. San Mateo Union High School District Bonds For Repair and Renovation -- San Mateo Union High School District (Bond (2/3 Approval Required))
58,979 / 72.2% Yes votes
22,730 / 27.8% No votes
To repair and rehabilitate school facilities to meet current health, safety and instructional standards, including replacing deteriorated plumbing, inadequate heating, ventilation, roofs, windows and lighting, refurbishing bathrooms, safety systems, classrooms, and computer and science laboratories, and to establish an independent oversight committee to guarantee that funds are spent only on school improvements, shall the San Mateo Union High School District issue $137,500,000 in bonds, at interest rates within the legal limit?

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