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Mendocino County, CA November 2, 2004 Election
Directory of Mendocino County, CA Measures
County Results as of Nov 24 1:52pm, 100.0% of Precincts Reporting (98/98)
76.4% Countywide Voter Turnout (38902/50946)

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Measure M. Special Tax for Fire Equipment -- City of Fort Bragg (2/3 Vote)
1787 / 69.24% Yes votes ...... 794 / 30.76% No votes
Shall a tax measure be approved to continue the levy of a special tax in the amount of $18 per parcel for the acquisition of fire equipment?

Measure N. Sales and Use Tax for Public Safety -- City of Ukiah (City Ordinance - 2/3 Vote)
3745 / 65.39% Yes votes ...... 1982 / 34.61% No votes
Shall Ordinance No. 1056 be adopted to impose a transaction (sales) and use tax at a maximum rate of one-half of one percent to be used exclusively for the provision of public safety (police, fire, and emergency medical) services within the city limits of the City of Ukiah?

Measure O. School Upgrade -- Manchester Union Elementary School District (Bond Issue - 55% Vote)
151 / 59.22% Yes votes ...... 104 / 40.78% No votes
To finance school improvements such as: facility upgrades, renovations and additions to alleviate overcrowding and comply with current safety standards; add a multipurpose room for school/community recreation and cultural/academic uses; accommodate daycare/preschool programs; install playground structures; and qualify for State matching grants for eligible projects, shall Manchester Union Elementary School District issue $1,310,000 in bonds at lawful interest rates, for acquisition and improvement of real property, with no money for school or district operating salaries?

Measure Q. School Upgrade -- College of the Redwoods (Bond Issue - 55% Vote)
7706 / 73.09% Yes votes ...... 2837 / 26.91% No votes
To strengthen local job and vocation training programs, and increase academic classes for students with 2-year and 4-year college goals by: Adding classrooms and tech labs; Renovating unsafe and deteriorating campus buildings; Repairing, acquiring, constructing, furnishing and equipping college facilities; Shall the Redwoods Community College District issue $40,320,000 of bonds, at legal rates, with tough accountability safeguards, including an independent Citizens Oversight Committee and annual audits - with no money used for administrator salaries?

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