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|Measure A (1992 April)
City of Capitola. [Low-income Housing.]
"In June of 1978, the City's electorate authorized up to 25 dwelling units for living accommodations for low-income families and for the blind, elderly and disabled. Shall that authorization be increased by 25 units for a total authorization of 50 such units?"
|Measure B (1992 April)
Live Oak Elementary School District. Bond.
"Shall the Live Oak Elementary School District of Santa Cruz County incur a bonded indebtedness and be authorized to issue and sell bonds for the following purposes (which are hereby united and shall be voted upon as one single proposition): the building of Shoreline Middle School, including classrooms, library, multi-purpose facilities, restrooms, auxiliary facilities, and appurtenant landscaping and infrastructure improvements to serve grades six, seven, and eight; the making of alterations or additions to any school building or buildings other than such as may be necessary for current maintenance, operation, or repairs; and the repairing, restoring, or rebuilding of any school building damaged, injured, or destroyed by fire or other public calamity as provided in Education Code section 15100 in the amount of Nine Million Dollars ($9,000,000) at a rate of interest not to exceed twelve percent (12%) per annum?" Approved. Required 2/3 vote. Yes: 1,816 No: 735
|Measure C (1992 April)
Soquel Union Elementary School District. Special Tax.
"To restore and maintain the quality of the education provided to the students within the Soquel Union Elementary School District, shall the Soquel Union Elementary School District levy a special tax of $35.00, said $35.00 to be adjusted annually in accordance with Consumer Price Index, on each parcel of land as defined within the District, developed and undeveloped, each year for five full fiscal years in order to provide any or all of the following:
Pursuant to California Government Code section 50079(b), any owners, 65 years of age or older, of a parcel used solely for owner-occupied single family residential purposes may obtain an exemption from the special tax upon approval of an application submitted to the Governing Board of the District." Failed. Required 2/3 vote. Yes: 2,506 No: 1,729