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Brisbane School District Parcel Tax, Measure Q (April 2012)
Measure Q levies an additional $156 annual parcel tax for six years. The Measure Q tax will be in addition to the Measure W tax of $119/parcel, which the district's voters approved on March 8, 2011. The total parcel tax, with the approval of Measure Q, will be $275/parcel.
The Brisbane School District includes two elementary schools and one middle school.
The question on the ballot:
|MEASURE Q: "To maintain local control of our K-8 schools, provide funds needed to lower class sizes, protect classroom and library programs, maintain classroom computers and technology, and to hire/retain qualified teachers and staff; shall the Brisbane School District be authorized to collect an additional qualified special tax with an annual cost of $156 beginning 7/01/2012, offering an exemption to those 65 and older?"|
- Text of Measure Q
- Analysis of Measure Q
- Voter Guide arguments in favor (no arguments against were submitted)
- Brisbane School District website
- San Mateo County Times, "Brisbane parcel tax has high stakes for teachers, students," March 21, 2012
- San Francisco Examiner, "Brisbane parcel tax too close to call; schools would benefit," April 10, 2012
- Contra Costa Times, "Brisbane parcel tax has high stakes for teachers, students," March 21, 2012
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.