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Black Mountain Zone of Increased Benefit parcel tax, Measure P (November 2012)

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A Black Mountain Zone of Increased Benefit parcel tax, Measure P ballot question was on the November 6, 2012 ballot for voters in the Black Mountain Zone of Increased Benefit in Siskiyou County, where it was defeated.

Measure P would have levied a tax "on all parcels less than twenty acres in size located in the Black Mountain Fire and Emergency Response Zone of County Service Area No. 4, commencing Fiscal Year 2013/2014, at an initial amount of $30.00 per each improved parcel, with lower amounts for unimproved parcels and additional parcels beyond the first parcel, subject to the cost of living adjustment not to exceed four percent (4%) in any year."

A 2/3rds supermajority vote was required for approval.

Election results

Measure P
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No28052.14%
Yes 257 47.86%
Final results from the Siskiyou County elections office.

Ballot question

The question on the ballot:

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Measure P: "Shall an annual special tax be levied on all parcels less than twenty acres in size located in the Black Mountain Fire and Emergency Response Zone of County Service Area No. 4, commencing Fiscal Year 2013/2014, at an initial amount of $30.00 per each improved parcel, with lower amounts for unimproved parcels and additional parcels beyond the first parcel, subject to the cost of living adjustment not to exceed four percent (4%) in any year, for funding fire and first response services."

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