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Index and Monroe School District Levy Replacements, 3 (April 2010)

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Three Index and Monroe School District Levy Replacement measures were on the April 27, 2010 ballot in the school district of Index and Monroe which are in Snohomish County.

The first measure sought to replace an expiring levy in the Index school district and replace it with another at a rate of $2.31 per $1,000 of assessed property value for a further four years. The money generated from this levy will go towards maintenance and operational expenses of the school district.
This measure was approved

  • YES 96 (77.42%)Approveda
  • NO 28 (22.58%)

The second measure sought to replace a capital projects levy in the Monroe school district that is set to expire. The levy would have been at a rate of $.51 per $1,000 of assessed value on property in the district for a further four years and would have helped renovate and upgrade technology in the schools.
This measure was defeated

  • YES 3,509 (47.15%)
  • NO 3,933 (52.85%)Defeatedd

The third measure was also in the Monroe school district and sought to impose a $.08 per $1,000 of assessed value, levy addition for a further two years in order to help the school district buy new buses.
This measure was approved

  • YES 3,758 (50.34%)Approveda
  • NO 3,707 (49.66%)[1]

Text of Measure

The text of the Index School District Proposition 1:

Index School District No. 63

Proposition No. 1
Replacement of Educational Maintenance and Operation Levy
The Board of Directors of Index School District No. 63 adopted Resolution No. 2009-04 concerning a proposition to finance maintenance and operation expenses. This proposition would authorize the District to levy the following taxes, in excess of regular tax levies and in place of an expiring levy, on all taxable property within the District for support of the District’s General Fund maintenance and operation expenses: Approximate Levy/Collection Levy Rate/$1000 Levy Years Assessed Value Amount 2010/2011 $2.31 $210,615 2011/2012 $2.31 $210,615 2012/2013 $2.31 $210,615 2013/2014 $2.31 $210,615 as specified in Resolution No. 2009-04.

Should this proposition be approved?

The text of Proposition 1 of the Monroe school district:

Monroe School District No. 103

Proposition No. 1
Replacement Educational Technology and Capital Projects Levy
The Board of Directors of Monroe School District No. 103 adopted Resolution No. 11-2009 concerning a replacement educational technology and capital projects levy. This proposition would authorize the modernization, renovation and improvement of existing facilities and the acquisition of technology and equipment; and authorize the District to levy the following excess taxes on all taxable property within the District: Approximate Levy Collection Rate/$1,000 Levy Years Assessed Value Amount 2011 $0.51 $2,440,000 2012 $0.51 $2,500,000 2013 $0.59 $2,985,000 2014 $0.59 $3,075,000 all as provided in District Resolution No. 11-2009. Should this proposition be

approved?

The text of Proposition 2 of the Monroe school district:

Monroe School District No. 103

Proposition No. 2
School Transportation Levy
The Board of Directors of Monroe School District No. 103 approved Resolution No. 12-2009 concerning a levy for school buses. This proposition would fund new and replacement school buses and authorize the following excess levy on all taxable property within the District: Approximate Collection Levy Rate/$1,000 Levy Year Assessed Value Amount 2011 $0.08 $400,000 2012 $0.08 $400,000

Should this proposition be approved?[2]

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