November 6, 2018 Election
Measure N - Ballot Measure for Continuation of a Special Parcel Tax for Paramedic and Emergency Medical Services
At its August 7, 2018 meeting, the Corte Madera Town Council conducted a public hearing to consider placing the continuation of a Special Parcel Tax for Paramedic and Emergency Medical Services on the November 6, 2018 election ballot. Following the hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 39/2018, calling and giving notice of the holding of an election submitting to the voters the following question:
"Shall the measure to continue for four more years the special tax for paramedic and/or emergency medical services at the existing annual amount of $75 per residence and per 1,000 square feet of floor area for nonresidential uses for fiscal years 2019-2020 through 2022-2023, with anticipated annual revenues of $500,000, and with the appropriations limit increasing by the amount of the tax, be adopted?"
Documents Related to the Ballot Measure:
- Resolution No. 39/2018, Submitting to the Voters the Question Relating to a Special Tax For Paramedic and Emergency Medical Services, with Proposed Ordinance Included as Exhibit A
- Notice to Voters - Final Dates for filing Arguments and Argument Rebuttals
- Argument in Support of Measure N
- There were no arguments filed in opposition of Measure N
- Town Attorney's Impartial Analysis
- Please refer to the Marin County Elections Department's Guide for Ballot Measure Arguments and Rebuttals for more information, and required form for submittal of arguments and rebuttals: https://www.marincounty.org/depts/rv/election-info/local-measure
Please contact the Corte Madera Town Clerk at 415-927-5085 with any questions regarding this election.