Bodega Bay Fire Protection District appropriations limit, Measure B (November 2011)
Measure B does not increase taxes. Rather, it allows the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District to spend the tax revenues that are generated by the parcel tax that is in effect in the district.
- These final, certified, election results are from the Sonoma County elections office
Margaret C. Briare, Board President of the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District, submitted this "Yes on B" argument to the county's voter guide. (No arguments opposing Measure B were submitted.)
| To assure that the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District continues its current level of paramedic, fire, and rescue services vote Yes on Measure B.
If Measure B passes it will allow the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District to continue spending tax revenues generated by our special tax. This will allow the District to continue services at current levels.
A Yes vote will not create new taxes. A Yes vote will not increase taxes beyond what is now authorized. A Yes vote will allow the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District to continue services at current levels.
Thank you for your continued support.
The question on the ballot:
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|MEASURE B: "Shall the Bodega Bay Fire Protection District adopt Ordinance No. 2011/12-1 retaining its increased limits on appropriations to assure continued fire, rescue and emergency medical services?"|