Ballot Measures

Ballot Measures

2004 March 4th - Primary Election


Measure D

Cabrillo Community College District
Cabrillo College Improvement Measure

To train and prepare students for jobs and transfer to four-year universities and improve safety by providing: Classrooms for healthcare and job training programs; a university and career readiness center; improved math, science, arts, English and other instructional facilities; and by upgrading, acquiring, constructing, equipping buildings, sites and classrooms, shall Cabrillo Community College District issue $118,500,000 in bonds, at legal rates, with citizen oversight, guaranteed annual audits and no money for administrators' salaries?
[Full text for measure D]

    Approved. (55% majority required)
    Votes yes: 43470
    Votes no:  26643


Measure E

Live Oak School District
Bond Measure

In order to upgrade electrical, heating and plumbing systems; replace fire alarms and other safety systems; modernize classrooms; fix leaky roofs, and to qualify for state matching funds, shall the Live Oak School District be authorized to renovate, repair, modernize and acquire property for school/joint-use facilities and issue $14,500,000 in bonds at interest rates within the legal limit with no funds for administrator salaries and an appointed Independent Citizens Oversight Committee to monitor all bond expenditures?
[Full text for measure E]

    Approved. (55% majority required)
    Votes yes: 4446
    Votes no:  1654


Measure F

City of Santa Cruz
Temporary Sales Tax Increase of One-quarter of One Percent

Shall a temporary sales tax rate increase of one-quarter of one percent, which will end after five years, be adopted to help limit further budget cuts in the City's General Fund?
[Full text for measure F]

    Votes yes: 12995
    Votes no:  5828


Measure I

Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District
Loma Prieta Gann Limit Appropriations Extension

Shall the Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District continue for four years (July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2008) the Gann Appropriations Limit increase approved by the voters in 2000, thus allowing the district to continue to use the revenue generated by the existing special tax of $150 per parcel?
[Full text for measure I]

    Votes yes: 901
    Votes no:  495

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