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A '''Petaluma Urban Growth Boundary Extension, Measure T''' ballot proposition was on the {{nov02ca2010}} in the City of Petaluma in {{sonoma}}.<ref>[http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20091229/COMMUNITY/912299945?Title=Petaluma-growth-boundary-set-for-November-ballot ''Press Democrat'', "Petaluma growth boundary set for November ballot", December 29, 2009]</ref> It was '''approved.'''
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{{tnr}}A '''Petaluma Urban Growth Boundary Extension, Measure T''' ballot proposition was on the {{nov02ca2010}} in the City of Petaluma in {{sonoma}}.<ref>[http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20091229/COMMUNITY/912299945?Title=Petaluma-growth-boundary-set-for-November-ballot ''Press Democrat'', "Petaluma growth boundary set for November ballot", December 29, 2009]</ref> It was '''approved.'''
  
The decision to vote on the ballot proposition was made unanimously by the Petaluma City Council.
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The decision to place Measure T on the ballot was a unanimous decision of the Petaluma City Council.
  
The question in front of voters was whether to extend the life of the urban growth boundary restrictions that voters approved in 1998 for a 20-year-span. Those limits would have expired in 2018 if voters had not approved Measure T, which extends the urban growth boundary limits to 2025 instead of to 2018.
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Measure T was about whether to extend the life of the urban growth boundary restrictions that voters approved in 1998. Those limits would have expired in 2018 if voters had not approved Measure T, which extends the urban growth boundary limits to 2025 instead of to 2018.
  
 
Urban growth boundaries, such as the boundary currently in effect in Petaluma, set a geographical boundary on expansion, including on where city services such as water and sewer can be installed.  
 
Urban growth boundaries, such as the boundary currently in effect in Petaluma, set a geographical boundary on expansion, including on where city services such as water and sewer can be installed.  
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==Election results==
 
==Election results==
  
* Yes: 13,962 (65.3%) {{approved}}
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{{Short outcome
* No: 7,428 (34.7%)
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| yes = 13,692
These results are from the [http://www.sonoma-county.org/RegVoter/elections/results/results.asp Sonoma County elections division] as of November 28, 2010.
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:''These final, certified, election results are from the [http://vote.sonoma-county.org/content.aspx?sid=1009&id=1695#SchoolBonds Sonoma County elections office].''
  
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Local zoning, land use and development, California, 2010]]
 
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Revision as of 08:05, 1 December 2012

A Petaluma Urban Growth Boundary Extension, Measure T ballot proposition was on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the City of Petaluma in Sonoma County.[1] It was approved.

The decision to place Measure T on the ballot was a unanimous decision of the Petaluma City Council.

Measure T was about whether to extend the life of the urban growth boundary restrictions that voters approved in 1998. Those limits would have expired in 2018 if voters had not approved Measure T, which extends the urban growth boundary limits to 2025 instead of to 2018.

Urban growth boundaries, such as the boundary currently in effect in Petaluma, set a geographical boundary on expansion, including on where city services such as water and sewer can be installed.

Election results

Measure T
ResultVotesPercentage
Approveda Yes 13,692 65.3%
No7,42834.7%
These final, certified, election results are from the Sonoma County elections office.

References