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City of Holtville Utility User Tax Proposals, Measures M, N and O (November 2011)

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Three (3) City of Holtville Utility User Tax ballot proposals (Measures M, N and O) were on the November 8, 2011 ballot for voters in the City of Holtville in Imperial County.[1]

Each measure was defeated.

Holtville currently has a 5% tax on utilities, including telephone service, energy, water and sewer.[2]

Voters had three different options:

  • Measure M: Reduce the utility tax by 1% every year for 5 years until it is altogether eliminated.
  • Measure N: Reduce the tax by 0.5 percent for three years. Then, the city council would consider whether it can be reduced more.
  • Measure O: Keep the tax in place, with a five-year sunset clause.

Since voters rejected all three options, the existing 5% tax will stay in place indefinitely.[2]

Election results

Measure M

Measure M
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No29251.59%
Yes 274 48.41%

Measure N

Measure N
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No35263.77%
Yes 200 36.23%

Measure O

Measure O
ResultVotesPercentage
Defeatedd No32557.42%
Yes 241 42.58%
Election results are from the Imperial County elections office.

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