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>> 1980 -- 1984  >> 1982 November General  

Measure A (1982 November)
Jobs with Peace Initiative
"Shall the County of Santa Cruz demand that the Federal government cease its inflationary policy of steadily increasing the military budget, and that it redirect our tax money to improving our domestic economy through support for badly needed jobs and services, thereby creating jobs with peace?" Yes: 40,389 No: 33,242

Measure B (1982 November)
Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax
"For the purpose of storm damage repair, preventive maintenance, construction and safety improvements on local City and County public roads, shall the County of Santa Cruz levy a Countywide motor vehicle fuel tax of 2 cents gallon 2 cents per 100 cubic feet of compressed natural gas (used as motor fuel) for five years beginning March 31, 1983, through March 31, 1988?" Failed. Required 2/3 vote. Yes: 33,923 No: 41,086

Measure C (1982 November)
Time-Share Interest Tax
"Shall the County of Santa Cruz be authorized to impose a Special Tax on Time-Share Interests in the unincorporated portion of the County of Santa Cruz at the rate of eight percent (8%) of the rental value of the premises for the period of the Time-Share Interest, all as specified in County Ordinance No. 3280?" Failed. Required 2/3 vote. Yes: 14,700 No: 23,944

Measure D (1982 November)
Camping Facility Use Tax
"Shall the County of Santa Cruz be authorized to impose a Special Tax on Camping Facility use (excluding organized camps) in the unincorporated portion of the County of Santa Cruz at the rate of eight percent (8%) of the rent charged for use of a camping facility, all as specified in County Ordinance No. 3281?" Failed. Required 2/3 vote. Yes: 21,250 No: 19,350

Measure E (1982 November)
[Davenport County Sanitation District. Loan]
"Shall the Davenport County Sanitation District be authorized to enter into a loan contract with the California State Department of Water Resources to obtain a loan up to a maximum of $250,000 to be used together with a $400,000 Safe Drinking Water grant from the State of California to upgrade the existing water facilities for the residents of Davenport through the addition of a filtration and treatment plant and replacement of the water transmission and distribution system; said loan to bear interest at a rate of 2 1/2% per annum, and to be repaid over a term of 35 years?" Approved. Yes: 70 No: 30