North Lake Tahoe Hotel Tax, Measure F (June 2012)

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A North Lake Tahoe Hotel Tax, Measure F ballot measure was on the June 5, 2012 ballot for voters in the City of North Lake Tahoe in Placer County, where it was overwhelmingly approved.

Measure F's approval means that existing hotel tax in North Lake Tahoe will continue for 10 more years. Placer County as a whole has a hotel/lodging tax. 2% goes to North Lake Tahoe. It is that 2% tax that will continue for 10 more years because of the approval of Measure F.

Election results

Measure F
Approveda Yes 2,378 84.57%
These final results are from the Placer County elections office.

Ballot question

The question on the ballot:

Measure F: To reduce traffic congestion/tourist impacts, support transportation services, build/maintain local bike trails, parks, indoor recreation opportunities, sidewalks, and beaches, and other public services, shall Placer County continue for 10 additional years, with no increase, the existing 2% North Lake Tahoe portion of the Transient Occupancy Tax – paid only by lodging guests, not by local taxpayers – with annual independent audits, continued local oversight, and all funds exclusively for North Lake Tahoe?[1]

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