Shall the City of Bainbridge Island abandon the Mayor/Council form of government as provided in Chapter 35A.12 of the Revised Code of Washington and adopt the Council/Manager form of government as provided in Chapter 35A.13 of the Revised Code of Washington?
A simple majority is needed in order for this measure to pass.
The Board of Directors of Bainbridge Island School District No. 303 approved Resolution 03-08-09 concerning a proposition to finance school renovations and improvements. If approved, this proposition will authorize the District to renovate and upgrade school buildings including roofs, heating systems, classroom equipment, safety and security systems; improve energy conservation; replace Wilkes Elementary School and complete other capital improvements to District facilities; to issue $42,000,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within 20 years; and to levy additional property taxes annually to repay the bonds, as described in Resolution 03-08-09. Should this proposition be:
2008 Turnout – 15,874 40% - 6,350 60% - 3,810
For approval, there must be 40% (6,350) turnout and 60% (3,810) or more must vote YES in order for the measure to pass.
The Board of Directors of North Mason School District No. 403 adopted Resolution #3-G-09 concerning a proposition for capital levies. This proposition authorizes the repair and renovation of existing facilities and technology improvements; and authorizes the following excess levies for such purposes on al taxable property within the District: Approximate LevyCollection Rate/$1,000 Levy Years Assessed Value Amount
2010 $0.49 $889,382
2011 $0.49 $889,382
2012 $0.49 $889,382
2013 $0.49 $889,382
all as provided in District Resolution No. 3-G-09. Should this proposition be approved?
See Mason County for approval totals
Shall Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue be authorized to continue its emergency medical services property tax levy at fifty (50) cents or less per thousand dollars of assessed valuation for each year for six (6) consecutive years, commencing in 2010? (Pursuant to RCW 84.52.069 and Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue Resolution 09-02).
2008 Turnout – 35,103 40% - 14,042 60% - 8,425For approval, at least 8,425 must vote yes if fewer than 40% (14,042) turn out to vote. If more than 40% (14,042) turn out to vote, 60% or more of those voting must vote YES for the measure to pass.
Shall South Kitsap Fire and Rescue be authorized to continue to impose regular property tax levies of 50 cents or less per thousand dollars of assessed valuation for each of six consecutive years, commencing in 2010, for emergency medical services? (Pursuant to RCW 84.52.069 and SKFR Resolution No. 2008-06)
2008 Turnout – 36,398 40% - 14,560 60% - 8,736For approval, at least 8,736 must vote yes if fewer than 40% (14,560) turn out to vote. If more than 40% (14,560) turn out to vote, 60% or more of those voting must vote YES for the measure to pass.