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General Election - Nov. 5, 2013
Ballot Measure

City of Bremerton

Proposition No. 1

Charter Amendment

The Bremerton City Council adopted Resolution No. 3198, approving changes to the Charter of the City of Bremerton.

If approved, this proposition amends the City Charter by 1) allowing the City Council to hold a Special Meeting outside of the City limits as long as it is within Kitsap County, 2) updating language to reflect that as of January 1, 2014, the City Council will consist of seven members, and 3) making January 1, 2014, the effective date of the amendments.

Should this proposition be:

ð Approved

ð Rejected

A simple majority is needed in order to pass this measure.


City of Port Orchard

Proposition No. 1

Authorization to change the classification of the city to a noncharter code city and adopt a council-manager plan of government within the City of Port Orchard

Shall the City of Port Orchard change the classification of the City from a second class city to a noncharter code city operating under Chapter 35A.02 RCW and adopt the council-manager plan of government and abandon the council-mayor plan of government?

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is needed in order to pass this measure.


Kitsap County Fire Protection District No. 18

Proposition No. 1

Emergency Medical Services Property Tax Levy Continuation

For the purpose of providing emergency medical services, will Kitsap County Fire Protection District No. 18 (Poulsbo Fire Department) be authorized to continue to impose regular property tax levies of 50 cents or less per thousand dollars of assessed valuation for each of six consecutive years, with collection starting in 2015? (Authority:  RCW 84.52.069; KCFPD No. 18 Res. No. 13-08)

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is needed in order to pass this measure.


North Kitsap Fire & Rescue

Proposition No. 1

Emergency Medical Services Property Tax Levy Continuation

For the purpose of providing emergency medical services, will North Kitsap Fire & Rescue be authorized to continue to impose regular property tax levies of 50 cents or less per thousand dollars of assessed valuation for each of six consecutive years, with collection starting in 2014? (Authority: RCW 84.52.069; NKFR Res. No. 2013-10)

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is needed in order to pass this measure.



Mason County Fire Protection Districts 2 & 8

Proposition No. 1

Authorizing Plan and Formation of a Regional Fire Protection Service Authority

Mason County Fire Protection District No. 2 and Mason County Fire Protection District No. 8 adopted Joint Resolution No. 272 and 13-03, concerning a plan to create the North Mason Regional Fire Authority.  This proposition would approve the plan and create the North Mason Regional Fire Authority, effective January 1, 2014, to provide fire protection and emergency medical services funded with a regular property tax levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value, a six year Emergency Medical tax of $.50 per $1,000 of assessed value and other sources identified in the plan. The Regional Fire Authority levy will replace each Fire District's existing property tax.

Should the plan for and formation of the North Mason Regional Fire Authority be approved?

ð Yes

ð No


Port of Indianola District No. 7

Proposition No. 1

Regular Property Tax Levy Lid Lift

The Port Commission adopted Resolution 2013-6 proposing an increase in the District’s regular property tax levy. If approved, this proposition would provide funding for all District operations and capital improvements authorized under Revised Code of Washington Title 53. It authorizes a maximum regular property tax levy rate in 2014 of $0.22 per $1,000 of assessed value and use of the 2014 levy amount to calculate the levy limit in subsequent years.

Should this proposition be approved?

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is needed in order to pass this measure.

 

Last Updated:  July 16, 2014


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Dolores Gilmore
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