Vote on Walmart Supercenter in Menifee, Measure C (June 2011)

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Exterior of a Walmart
A vote on whether to approve the construction of a Walmart Supercenter in Menifee was on the June 7, 2011 ballot
for voters in the City of Menifee in Riverside County, where it was approved.[1]

The proposed Walmart will be located at the corner of Scott and Haun Roads. It will include a 205,000-square-foot Walmart Supercenter in a shopping center format that will also include gas stations, fast-food restaurants and other businesses.[2]

Election results

Measure C
Result Votes Percentage
Approveda Yes 8,406 76.43%
No 2,592 23.57%


Final election results from the Riverside County elections office

Supporters

The official ballot measure arguments in favor of Measure C were signed by:

  • Ronald J. Ulibarri, School Board Member
  • Adrienne Vender
  • E.L. Pete Petersen
  • Darci Castillejos
  • Atilla Csikos

Text of measure

The question on the ballot:

This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.

Measure C: Shall the ordinance proposing adoption of a specific plan for commercial development of approximately 30 acres of undeveloped property located near the northwesterly portion of the interstate 215 interchange with Scott Road, be adopted?

Path to the ballot

Walmart collected signatures to get the measure onto the ballot as an initiated city ordinance. The Menifee City Council then voted 3-2 on March 1 to place the proposal on the June 7, 2011 ballot

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Cost of election

See also: Costs of administering local elections

The estimated cost of administering the election is $113,500.[1]

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References