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Modernize telephone users taxTelephone Users Tax

Local
November 8, 2016California General Election

City of Monterey
Measure G Telephone Users Tax - Majority Approval Required

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Election Results

Passed

6,201 votes yes (56.15%)

4,843 votes no (43.85%)

  • 100% of precincts reporting (11/11).
  • 11,044 ballots counted.

To modernize the City's existing 5% telephone users tax for non-residential users, and existing 2% rate for residential users, and to maintain funding for such essential City services as police, fire, streets, libraries and parks, shall the tax be extended to include wireless, internet, and other modern telecommunications without increasing the tax rate to raise approximately $560,000 per year for City services on an ongoing basis?
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