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Burlingame Elementary School District parcel tax, Measure E (November 2011)

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A Burlingame Elementary School District parcel tax, Measure E ballot question was on the November 8, 2011 ballot for voters in the Burlingame Elementary School District in San Mateo County, where it was approved.[1]

The approval of Measure E means that a parcel tax of $76 per parcel per year will be levied for four (4) years. This would result in $2.35 million over the four years of the proposed tax, or about $589,000 a year.[2]

Voters in the district approved Measure B, a $180/year parcel tax, in March 2010. That tax is set to last for ten years.

A 2/3rds supermajority vote was required for passage.[1]

Election results

Measure E
Approveda Yes 4,337 68.6%
Election results are from the San Mateo County elections office (timed out).


As of late October, $55,713 has been contributed to the campaign committee seeking a "yes" vote on Measure E.[3]

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

Measure E: “To maintain quality education in Burlingame schools, restore and protect critical math, science, reading and writing classes, including; hands-on science labs, attract/retain qualified teachers, maintain smaller Elementary class size, support art/music, and provide instructional materials/classroom supplies, shall Burlingame Elementary School District levy an education parcel tax, of $76 per parcel for four years, exempting senior citizens, with no funds for administrators’ salaries, independent citizen oversight, and all funds going to Burlingame District schools?”[4]

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