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A City of Berkeley Pools parcel tax is on the November 6, 2012, ballot for voters in the City of Berkeley in Alameda County.[1]

If voters approve it, a parcel tax will be imposed on real estate within the city. The amount of the tax will vary depending on the number of square feet. Altogether, the tax would raise about $604,000 each year for the City. The money, if the tax is approved, can only be used to support the operation and maintenance of a new Warm Water Pool and a new Willard Pool.

The fate of the pools parcel tax is tied to the fate of a different measure on the same November 6, 2012, ballot: the Berkeley Pools bond proposition. If one wins, and the other loses, they are both moot.

Square feet Annual tax
1,200 $9.35
1,500 $11.69
1,900 $14.80
3,000 $23.37
10,000 $77.90

Support

  • Rob Collier, Ed Gold and Maggie Knutson are the co-chairs of the "Berkeley Pools Campaign", which is the main campaign committee advocating for the measure.[2]

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