City of Fillmore Sales Tax, Measure I (November 2011)

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A City of Fillmore Sales Tax, Measure I ballot question was on the November 8, 2011 ballot for voters in the City of Fillmore in Ventura County, where it was defeated.

If Measure I had been approved, an additional sales tax of 3/4 cent would have been imposed on the purchase of goods and services within the city limits of Fillmore. The tax would have lasted for five years, although it could have been removed earlier than five years if litigation between the City of Fillmore and the cities of Livermore and Industry had been resolved in favor of Fillmore.

Election results

Measure I
Defeatedd No81763.83%
Yes 463 36.17%
Election results are from the Ventura County elections office (dead link).

Ballot text

The question on the ballot:

MEASURE I: Shall the city adopt Ordinance No.11-831, “An ordinance of the City of Fillmore adopting the Fillmore Vital Services Three-Quarter Cent Transactions (Sales) and Use Tax”, to be administered by the State Board of Equalization, and to sunset upon the earlier to occur of: (1) Five Years, or (2) Resolution favorable to the city of both the litigation brought by the cities of Livermore and Industry, and the proceedings before the State Board of Equalization?[1]

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