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{{tnr}}A '''Town of Atherton parcel tax''' ballot question is on the [[November 5, 2013 ballot measures in California|November 5, 2013 ballot]] for voters in the Town of Atherton in [[San Mateo County, California ballot measures#November 5|San Mateo County, California]].<ref>[http://www.mercurynews.com/san-mateo-county-times/ci_23690207/atherton-voters-pick-council-member-and-consider-renewing ''San Jose Mercury News'', "Atherton voters to pick council member and consider renewing parcel tax Nov. 5", July 18, 2013]</ref>
 
{{tnr}}A '''Town of Atherton parcel tax''' ballot question is on the [[November 5, 2013 ballot measures in California|November 5, 2013 ballot]] for voters in the Town of Atherton in [[San Mateo County, California ballot measures#November 5|San Mateo County, California]].<ref>[http://www.mercurynews.com/san-mateo-county-times/ci_23690207/atherton-voters-pick-council-member-and-consider-renewing ''San Jose Mercury News'', "Atherton voters to pick council member and consider renewing parcel tax Nov. 5", July 18, 2013]</ref>
  
If the measure is approved, it will continue an existing parcel tax.
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If the measure is approved, it will continue an existing parcel tax that was most recently approved as [[Town of Atherton Parcel Tax, Measure S (November 2009)|Measure S]] in November 2009.
  
 
A {{2/3}} is required for approval.
 
A {{2/3}} is required for approval.

Revision as of 06:03, 29 July 2013

A Town of Atherton parcel tax ballot question is on the November 5, 2013 ballot for voters in the Town of Atherton in San Mateo County, California.[1]

If the measure is approved, it will continue an existing parcel tax that was most recently approved as Measure S in November 2009.

A 2/3rds supermajority vote is required for approval.

See also

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