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Measure U
The following City Ballot Measure will be on the November 8, 2016 ballot.

Measure U – ½ Cent Sales Tax Increase

Measure U for 1/2 Cent Sales Tax Increase
Measure U is a ½% Sales Tax Measure which will be before the voters in the November 2016 election. If voters choose to pass Measure U, they will be able to choose to fund one of three following projects. This is being called the “People’s Choice” Measure. 


Ballot measure 

Overview

Argument for

No argument against was submitted.

Impartial analysis


Choose One (1) Advisory Measure for Measure U
There are three (3) citizen advisory measures to choose from;

More information on each advisory measure is below.

Measure Q for Housing
Measure Q could provide funding for a housing program and the formation of a housing committee.  

Ballot measure

Overview  

Argument for

No argument against was submitted.

Impartial analysis

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Measure R for Roads
Measure R could provide funding for a Road Rehabilitation Program.

Ballot measure

Overview     

Argument for

No argument against was submitted.

Impartial analysis

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Measure S for Facilities
Measure S could provide funding for a Facilities Rehabilitation Program.

Ballot measure

Overview

Argument for

No argument against was submitted.

Impartial analysis

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