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Berkeley Landmark Preservation Ordinance, Measure J (November 2006)

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A City of Berkeley Landmark Preservation Ordinance, Measure J ballot proposition was on the November 7, 2006 ballot in the City of Berkeley in Alameda County, where it was defeated.

  • Yes: 16,659 (43.2%)
  • No: 21,869 (56.8%) Defeatedd

The ballot question was, "Shall an ordinance be adopted: 1) granting the Landmarks Preservation Commission new authority to prohibit demolition of historic resources; 2) authorizing the Planning Director to suspend any application affecting a historic resource in an emergency; 3) extending the time during which the City may not act on applications to demolish nonresidential buildings over 40 years old; and 4) making it easier to initiate designation of historic districts and structures?"

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