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Measure C (2012 June)
West Valley-Mission Community College District Bond Measure
"To provide affordable education at West Valley and Mission Colleges by updating academic facilities and technology to prepare students for 21st century jobs/transfer to universities, upgrading healthcare, public safety and job-training facilities, and aging buildings for earthquake safety, and acquiring, constructing, repairing and equipping sites, buildings, classrooms and facilities, shall West Valley-Mission Community College District issue $350,000,000 of bonds, at legal rates with citizens’ oversight, no money for Sacramento, administrators’ salaries or employee pensions?" Approved. Yes: 819. No: 606.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department.

Measure I (2012 June)
Santa Cruz City High School District Protection of Quality Education Act
"To continue expiring funding to retain highly qualified teachers and librarians, prepare students for college/careers, provide academic counseling for at-risk youth, and continue improving classroom academics, shall the Santa Cruz City High School District renew its expiring parcel tax at $38 per parcel annually for eight years, with exemptions available for seniors, independent oversight and accountability, no funds for administrator salaries, and guaranteed local control, so funds stay in local high schools to preserve quality education?" Approved. Yes: 21,333. No: 5,665.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department.

Measure J (2012 June)
Santa Cruz City Elementary School District Protection of Quality Education Act
"To continue expiring funding to retain highly qualified teachers and librarians, protect school art and music instruction, provide academic counseling and continue improving classroom academics, shall the Santa Cruz City Elementary School District renew its expiring parcel tax at $85 per parcel annually for eight years, with exemptions available for seniors, independent oversight and accountability, no funds for administrator salaries, and guaranteed local control, so funds stay in Santa Cruz elementary and middle schools to preserve quality education?" Approved. Yes: 11,092. No: 2,607.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department.

Measure K (2012 June)
Scotts Valley Schools Education Parcel Tax Measure
"To maintain quality educational programs with continued emphasis on math, science, reading and writing, retain highly qualified teachers and minimize further increases to class size, shall “Scotts Valley Unified School District” levy an annual education parcel tax of $48 per parcel for three years, with independent community oversight of all expenditures, no funds for administrator salaries, pensions or benefits, exemption for senior citizens and disabled, and all funds benefiting local schools?" Approved. Yes: 4,545. No: 1,427.
Full Text courtesy of the Santa Cruz County Elections Department.