King County Fire Protection District No. 20 Operations Levy Proposition(November 2012)

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A King County Fire Protection District No. 20 Operations Levy measure was on the November 6, 2012 election ballot in King County, which is in Washington, where it was approved.

This proposition authorized levy excesses for 4 years to fund fire protection and emergency medical services, facilities, maintenance, staffing and operations. According to Washington Constitution, Art. VII, sec. 2(a), a minimum 60% yes vote and a minimum turnout of 1,331 is necessary for this proposition to be approved.[1]

Election results

King County Fire District No. 20 Levy Prop.
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 3,129 73.12%
No1,15026.88%

Election results from King County, Current Election Results.

Text of measure

Language on the ballot:

The Board of King County Fire Protection District No. 20 adopted Resolution No. 2012-007, concerning a proposition to finance maintenance and operation costs.

This proposition provides for the support of fire protection and emergency medical services, facilities, maintenance, staffing and operations by authorizing the levy of the following excess taxes as specified in Resolution No. 2012-007:

  • $.60/$1,000 assessed value in 2013; Levy Amount: $650,000.00
  • $.60/$1,000 assessed value in 2014; Levy Amount: $650,000.00
  • $.90/$1,000 assessed value in 2015; Levy Amount: $850,000.00
  • $.90/$1,000 assessed value in 2016; Levy Amount: $850,000.00

Should this proposition be approved?


Yes

No[1][2]

The ballot language provided by this page is not the exact wording found on the King County ballot due to technical formatting issues. To read the exact ballot language, click here.

See also


References

  1. 1.0 1.1 King County Elections, List of Propositions
  2. Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.



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