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Mammoth Unified School District

Measure G of 2016

Description:

To maintain adequate funding and high quality academic programs for all Mammoth Unified schools for the purpose of preserving smaller classes, attracting and retaining highly qualified teachers, strengthening core curriculum, and enhancing technology, art, music, math, science and athletics, shall Mammoth Unified School District extend the current $59 annual education parcel tax for five years with exemptions for senior citizens’ primary residences and overseen by an independent citizen’s oversight committee? (Measure G, 6/7/2016.)

Rate:

$59 per parcel annually.

Exemptions:

Parcels owned and occupied by seniors 65 years and over may apply for an exemption.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

79.65

Effective Date

7/1/2017

Sunset Date

6/30/2022

Election Date:

6/7/2016

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Mammoth Unified School District

Measure S of 2011

Description:

To protect our local schools from ongoing state budget cuts and to maintain high quality academic programs by preserving smaller classes, attracting and retaining excellent teachers, strengthening core curriculum, and enhancing technology, art, music and athletics, shall Mammoth Unified School District extend the current $59 annual education parcel tax for five years with an exemption for senior citizens’ primary residences, overseen by an independent citizen’s oversight committee, and every dollar spent on Mammoth Schools? (Measure S, 11/8/2011.)

Rate:

$59 per parcel.

Exemptions:

Properties owned and occupied by persons age 65 years or older may apply for an exemption.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

73.76

Effective Date

7/1/2012

Sunset Date

6/30/2017

Election Date:

11/8/2011

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Town of Mammoth Lakes

Community Facilities District No. 2004-1

Description:

Shall the Town of Mammoth Lakes Community Facilities District No. 2004-1 (the “District”) levy a special tax against all non-exempt real property within the District, calculated according to the rate and method of apportionment set forth in Resolution No. 05-01 of the Mammoth Lakes Town Council for the purpose of financing the services and facilities set forth in Resolution No. 05-01 and subject to the accountability measures described therein; subject to an appropriations limit established, pursuant to Article XIIIB, Section 8(h) of the California Constitution and by this ballot measure, of $50,000,000 (to be adjusted for changes in the cost of living, or changes in population, pursuant to Section 53325.7 of the California Government Code)? (Proposition A, 1/5/2005.)

Rate:

The fiscal year 2005-06 Maximum Special Tax for each parcel of taxable property shall be $75 per week, or portion thereof, of right of use or occupancy in each fractional-use unit associated with that parcel. Commencing with fiscal year 2006-07 and each fiscal year thereafter, the Maximum Special Tax shall be increased by the percentage change in the index for the calendar year preceding the fiscal year for which the Special Tax is being levied.

Exemptions:

Properties exempt from ad valorem taxes shall be exempt. Any portion of property in residential use in any Fiscal Year, as determined by the Council, shall be exempt from the Special Tax.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

1/5/2005

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Town of Mammoth Lakes

Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Facilities)

Description:

Shall the Town of Mammoth Lakes incur an indebtedness and issue bonds in one or more series in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $500,000,000, with interest at a rate or rates not to exceed the maximum interest rate permitted by law at the time of sale of such bonds on behalf of the Town of Mammoth Lakes Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Public Improvements and Services) (the “District”), the proceeds of which will be used only to finance the costs of certain public improvements specified in the Resolution of Intention to form the District and the costs of issuing the bonds as well as the establishment of bond reserve funds; shall a special tax payable solely from lands within the District be levied annually upon lands within the District to be applied only to the payment of costs of services eligible to be funded by the District, the payment of the principal and interest upon such bonds to be issued and to replenish the reserve fund for the bonds, to pay the costs of the improvements authorized to be funded with the proceeds of the bonds and to pay the costs of the Town in administering the District, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the District be established in the amount of $50,000,000? (Election held 3/5/2008.) (Note: The tax contains two components, a service tax and a facilities tax.)

Rate:

The tax rate varies by tax classification, building square footage and number of bedrooms. See Table A of the CFD resolution for specifics. Commencing with fiscal year 2008-09 and each fiscal year thereafter, the Maximum Facilities Special Tax rates for single-family non-transient property, multi-unit non-transient property, and mobile home property shall be increased by 2% and the Maximum Facilities Special Tax rates for single-family transient property, multi-unit transient property, commercial office property, and industrial property shall be increased by the percentage change in the index for the calendar year preceding the fiscal year for which the Special Tax is being levied. The Facilities Special Tax does not sunset.

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

Effective Date

7/1/2008

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

3/5/2008

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Town of Mammoth Lakes

Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Services)

Description:

Shall the Town of Mammoth Lakes incur an indebtedness and issue bonds in one or more series in the maximum aggregate principal amount of $500,000,000, with interest at a rate or rates not to exceed the maximum interest rate permitted by law at the time of sale of such bonds on behalf of the Town of Mammoth Lakes Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 (Public Improvements and Services) (the “District”), the proceeds of which will be used only to finance the costs of certain public improvements specified in the Resolution of Intention to form the District and the costs of issuing the bonds as well as the establishment of bond reserve funds; shall a special tax payable solely from lands within the District be levied annually upon lands within the District to be applied only to the payment of costs of services eligible to be funded by the District, the payment of the principal and interest upon such bonds to be issued and to replenish the reserve fund for the bonds, to pay the costs of the improvements authorized to be funded with the proceeds of the bonds and to pay the costs of the Town in administering the District, and shall the annual appropriations limit of the District be established in the amount of $50,000,000? (Election held 3/5/2008.) (Note: The tax contains two components, a service tax and a facilities tax.)

Rate:

The tax rate varies by tax classification, building square footage and number of bedrooms. See Table A of the CFD resolution for specifics. Commencing with fiscal year 2008-09 and each fiscal year thereafter, the Maximum Services Special Tax rates shall be increased by the percentage change in the index for the calendar year preceding the fiscal year for which the Special Tax is being levied. The last fiscal year that the Services Tax will be levied is 2107-08 (99 years).

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

Effective Date

7/1/2008

Sunset Date

7/1/2108

Election Date:

3/5/2008

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