October 27, 2000


ELECTION 2000 ELECCION 2000

Local Proposals

 

Recommendations VOTE

 

COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO

PROP A: Contracting Charter Amendment NO

PROP B: The Clean Contracting Charter Amendment YES

 

CITY OF SAN DIEGO

PROP C: Shall the height limitations be increased

for the Gateway of Americas in San Ysidro? YES

 

CITY OF CHULA VISTA

PROP D: Permit non-electors of the city to be appointed to advisory boards? NO

PROP E: Shall the term of office of Mayor & Council members be allowed to run without restriction for office? YES

PROP F: Shall the mayor and city council members be allowed to serve 3 consecutive terms, without being able to seek reelection for 3 years after he is termed out? YES

 

CITY OF SAN MARCOS

PROP S: Shall the City of San Marcos be governed by State law in matters of land use, planning, and zoning maters? YES

 

CITY OF VISTA

PROP V: Shall the Ordinance entitled "good government and fair elections" be adopted? YES

PROP W: Shall the ordinance entitled "The Vista Taxpayer Protection Amendment of 2000" be Adopted? NO

 

EL CAJON Valley Union School District

PROP X: Shall the Cajon Valley Union Elementary School District issue $75 million of bonds to repair, and up-grade classrooms etc.? YES

 

SOUTHWESTERN Community College District

PROP AA: Shall Southwestern Community College issue $89,354,000 in bonds for various repairs required for the site? NO

 

SWEETWATER Union High School District

PROP BB: Shall the Sweetwater Union High School District issue $187 million of bonds for repairing and upgrading the district schools? YES

 

STATE PROPOSALS/GUIA DE VOTACION

 

RECOMMENDATIONS VOTE

PROP 32: Would authorize $500 million in bonds to assist Veterans in buying homes, farms, & mobile homes. NO

PROP 33: Will allow legislators to enter the PERS State Retirement system. YES

PROP 34: Will allow unlimited, soft money for political Campaign purposes. NO

PROP 35: Would permit CALTRANS and other state agencies to contract out Public Works Projects. NO

PROP 36: Would permit first and second time drug offenders to receive probation and treatment instead of incarceration. NO

PROP 37: Would change the mandatory fees charged against those who pollute the ecology to be written off as taxes. NO

PROP 38: This Initiative would offer parents whose children are trapped in none-performing schools to be able to use school vouchers to provide their children with an opportunity to receive an education. YES

PROP 39: Is a school bond Initiative that would reduce the threshold required to pass bonds for whatever purpose is seemed appropriate with only a 55 percent of the vote instead of the 2/3rds majority needed currently. Unfortunately, once passed this new threshold would apply to any and all bonds, regardless of the purpose they are to be used for. NO

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