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Wildomar Parks Parcel Tax, Measure D (June 2011)

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A Wildomar Parks Parcel Tax, Measure D ballot question was on the June 7, 2011 ballot
for voters in the City of Wildomar in Riverside County, where it was defeated.[1][2]

If Measure D had been approved, it would have levied a $28/year parcel tax. The tax would have supported the city's three parks. It costs about $200,000/year to maintain the parks.

A 2/3rds supermajority vote was required for passage.

Election results

Measure D
Votes Percentage
Yes 2,332 56.06%
No Defeatedd 1,828 43.94%
Final election results from the Riverside County elections office

Supporters

The City of Wildomar has 5 city council members. All of them supported Measure D.[3]

Opponents

Steve Beutz was a leading opponent of Measure D. He said, "Despite the innuendo and veiled threats of park closures, Measure D is not a question of open parks -- it's a question of HIGHER TAXES."[1]

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 D: Shall Community Facilities District 2011-1 (Wildomar Parks) of the City of Wildomar be formed and authorized to levy a Special Tax at a maximum rate of $28 per benefit unit to provide park maintenance services?

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