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May 3, 2005 Election

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    Measure V Funding for Classroom Education Excellence Act of 2005 -- Redwood City School District (Parcel Tax - 2/3rds Approval Required)
    9,763 / 61.7% Yes votes ...... 6064 / 38.3% No votes
    In order to maintain and improve quality educational programs; attract and 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 tax for 5 years on commercial/industrial property square footage; and on residences of $85 per parcel with an exemption for seniors 65 years and older, with mandatory citizen oversight?

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