San Mateo

Bayshore Elementary School District

Measure K of 2014

Description:

To preserve quality education and maintain stable local funding that cannot be taken by the State; maintain competitive science, math, reading, writing and other programs; attract and retain quality teachers; and integrate modern technology for future student success; shall Bayshore Elementary School District renew the existing parcel tax at the rate per parcel described in the voter pamphlet for 8 years with annual adjustments for inflation, senior and disability exemptions, and no money for administrator salaries? (Measure K, 11/4/2014)

Rate:

The rate for the first fiscal year is $102.94 per parcel. The tax shall be adjusted annually to account for changes in the Consumer Price Index.

Exemptions:

Parcels owned and occupied by persons age 65 years or older may apply for an exemption. An exemption shall also be granted to persons receiving Supplemental Security Income for a disability, regardless of age. Properties exempt from property taxation shall also be exempt from parcel taxes.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

73.45

Effective Date

7/1/2015

Sunset Date

6/30/2023

Election Date:

11/4/2014

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Bayshore Elementary School District

Measure Y of 2008

Description:

To maintain educational excellence, high academic standards, small classes; improve reading and writing; offer music, art, language; provide student access to computers; maintain science, math, and other classroom needs; attract/retain high quality teachers, shall the Bayshore Elementary School District cause a parcel tax of $96 to be levied beginning July 1,2009, and extending for a period of six (6) years with annual adjustment for inflation, with exemptions for residents 65 and older, and with public accountability measures? (Measure Y, 11/4/2008.)

Rate:

$96 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 (%):

72.2

Effective Date

7/1/2009

Sunset Date

6/30/2015

Election Date:

11/4/2008

More Information:

Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District

Measure G (2004)

Description:

To improve academic performance and student achievement, emphasizing reading, writing, math, science, and music; attract and retain experienced, qualified teachers; support small class sizes; provide reading specialists for at-risk children; and preserve school library services, shall Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District collect $96/year per taxable parcel for ten years, with all funds staying in local schools, independent community oversight of all expenditures, exemptions for those 65 years and older, and no funds used for administrators’ salaries? (Measure G, 11/2/2004.)

Rate:

$96 per parcel.

Exemptions:

All property otherwise exempt from ad valorem taxes shall be exempt from the special tax. Any parcels owned and occupied by persons age 65 or older, or persons receiving Supplemental Security Income, regardless of age, can apply for an exemption. Contiguo

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

71.98

Effective Date

7/1/2005

Sunset Date

6/30/2015

Election Date:

11/2/2004

More Information:

Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District

Measure R (2013)

Description:

Without increasing the current tax rate and to maintain excellent student achievement by protecting math, science, reading and writing programs, supporting school libraries, attracting and retaining qualified teachers, and maintaining a well-rounded curriculum, including music and art, shall Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District renew its existing parcel taxes for ten years, with no funds for administrators’ salaries, exempting senior citizens and requiring independent citizen oversight, generating funds that cannot be taken by the State to benefit local schools? (Measure R, 11/5/2013.)

Rate:

$174 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 (%):

71.8

Effective Date

7/1/2015

Sunset Date

6/30/2025

Election Date:

11/5/2013

More Information:

Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District

Measure U (2008)

Description:

To maintain academic excellence by continuing emphasis on math, science, reading, and writing; keeping schools from losing qualified teachers; and enhancing well-rounded curriculum, including music and art, shall Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District collect an annual education parcel tax of $78 for seven years, with independent community oversight of all expenditures, no funds for administrator salaries, an exemption for senior citizens 65 and over, and all funds staying in local schools to protect high-quality education? (Measure U, 11/4/2008.)

Rate:

$78 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 (%):

Effective Date

7/1/2009

Sunset Date

6/30/2016

Election Date:

11/4/2008

More Information:

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