A City of Plymouth Half of Hotel Tax for Tourism, Measure P
ballot question was on the November 2, 2010 ballot
for voters in the City of Plymouth in Amador County
. It was approved.
If Measure O, authorizing a 4% hotel tax increase, were approved, this measure would have authorized the city of Plymouth to spend half of the revenue from the tax increase on streets, parking and landscaping and the other half on tourism promotions, events, signs and advertising. Measure O, however, was defeated so Measure P does not have any practical effect.
| Measure P|
| Yes|| 176|| 53.82%|
- These final, certified results are from the Amador County elections office.
Text of measure
The question on the ballot:
|| Measure P: Should two percent (2%) of revenue from the increase in the transient occupancy tax be used for streets, parking and landscaping, and the remaining two percent (2%) for tourism including promotions, events, signage, advertising, and other related expenses?
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