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>> 2000 -- 2004  >> 2004 November General  

Measure N (2004 November)
[City of Santa Cruz. Charter Amendment. Section 613. Publication of Ordinances.]
"Shall Section 613 of the City of Santa Cruz Charter be amended to authorize the City Clerk to publish ordinances, other than emergency ordinances and other ordinances which go into effect immediately upon adoption, by methods which include publication in the Internet?" Approved. Yes: 18,944. No: 5,716.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department

Measure O (2004 November)
[City of Santa Cruz. Charter Amendment. Section 811. City Clerk Powers and Duties.]
"Shall Section 811 of the Charter of the City of Santa Cruz be amended to provide that the City Clerk shall have the power and be required to preserve the record of all proceedings of the City Council in files that shall bear appropriate titles and be devoted to such purpose." Approved. Yes: 21,258. No: 3,392.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department

Measure P (2004 November)
[City of Capitola. Sales Tax Increase of One-quarter of One Percent.]
"Shall a City of Capitola temporary sales tax increase of one quarter of one percent, which sunsets in five years, be adopted to maintain general services including public safety and street improvements?" Approved. Yes: 2,855. No: 1,921.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department

Measure Q (2004 November)
[City of Watsonville. Sales Tax Increase of One-quarter of One Percent.]
"Shall the City of Watsonville adopt a sales tax increase of one-quarter percent?" Failed. Yes: 3,661. No: 6,198.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department

Measure R (2004 November)
[City of Watsonville. Advisory Vote on Sales Tax.]
"ADVISORY VOTE ONLY. Shall the City of Watsonville use the funds from Measure Q, if approved by the voters, for police, fire, parks and recreation services?" Approved Yes: 6,647. No: 2,489.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department