1990 June 5th - Primary Election
Pacific School District
Qualified Tax Assessment for Educational Programs
Shall the Pacific Elementary School District provide funds for science and computer science programs, literature, and libraries by levying a qualified tax assessment of 96.00 dollars per year (48.00 dollars per semiannual payment) per assessor's parcel for a limited period of seven years, beginning July 1, 1990 with an exemption for any beneficial owner of a parcel who has attained the age of 65 on or before May 1 of any applicable year and who uses that parcel as his or her principle place of residence, and, if necessary, exceed its appropriations limit pursuant to Article XIIIB of the California Constitution?
[Full text for measure A]
Votes yes: 147
Votes no: 114
Central Fire Protection District
Change of Appropriation Limit
Shall an ordinance submitted by the Board of Directors of the Central Fire Protection District to the voters of the Central Fire Protection District of Santa Cruz County be approved in order to change the district appropriations limit and to provide continued funding for fire protection, fire prevention and other public services rendered by the district under the Fire Protection District Law of 1987, for the benefit Of the residents of the Central Fire Protection District?
[Full text for measure B]
Votes yes: 9414
Votes no: 1561
Santa Cruz County
Decade of the Environment Referendum
Shall an ordinance be enacted by the County of Santa Cruz declaring the 1990's a 'Decade of the Environment' in Santa Cruz County, and establishing various environmental principles and policies to guide county government activities, and directing that a request be made of all elected officials representing Santa Cruz County, to support the environmental principles and policies specified in the ordinance?
[Full text for measure C]
Votes yes: 31137
Votes no: 21489
Aromas-San Juan Joint Unified School District
Proposed Reorganization of Aromas-San Juan Joint Unified School District
Shall the master plans on unification for Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz Counties be amended to include a new unified school district along the boundary lines of the existing San Juan Elementary School District and that portion of the San Benito High School District of San Benito County and the Aromas Elementary School attendance area of the existing Pajaro Valley Unified School District of Monterey, San Benito, and Santa Cruz counties?
[Full text for measure I]
Votes yes: 17
Votes no: 14