South Pasadena Utility Users Tax, Measure UT (November 2011)

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A South Pasadena Utility Users Tax, Measure UT ballot proposition was on the November 8, 2011 ballot for voters in the City of South Pasadena in Los Angeles County, where it was approved.

Measure UT reduces the amount of the overall tax on utilities from 8% to 7.5%. Each utility tax will remain in effect for ten years.

The current utility tax of 8% is set to be reduced to 5% on March 5, 2013. If Measure UT had not been approved, that reduction would have taken place.

17% of South Pasadena's general fund revenue comes from its Utility User's Tax.

Election results

Measure UT
Approveda Yes 2,463 53.93%
Election results are from the Los Angeles County elections office.

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

Measure UT: "To offset state cuts and provide vital city services, shall an ordinance be adopted to extend and reduce the South Pasadena Utility User's Tax from 8% to 7.5% to maintain police patrols, fire, paramedics and 9-1-1 emergency services and safety equipment; fix potholes; repair streets and sidewalks; maintain senior meals and services; and other essential city services, requiring equal taxpayer treatment, annual audits, with no funds for Sacramento, with the entire tax expiring in 10 years?"[1]

See also

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