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Dolores Gilmore (D)

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Special Election - Feb. 14, 2017
Ballot Measures

Bainbridge Island School District No. 303

Proposition No. 1

Renewal of Educational Programs and Operations Levy

The Board of Directors of Bainbridge Island School District No. 303 adopted Resolution No. 1-16-17 concerning a replacement levy for educational programs and operations. This proposition would re-authorize the continuation of levies to support educational programs and services, including teaching, instructional support, school supplies, extracurricular activities and transportation, and authorizes the following excess levies to replace an expiring levy on all taxable property within the District:



                          Approximate
Collection         Levy Rate/$1,000             Levy
  Years             Assessed Value            Amount
   2018                     $1.50                  $10,400,000
   2019                     $1.51                  $10,600,000
   2020                     $1.52                  $10,800,000

   2021                     $1.54                  $11,000,000

Should this proposition be approved? 

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is required for voter approval of this proposition. 


Bainbridge Island School District No. 303

Proposition No. 2

Renewal of School Technology Levy

The Board of Directors of Bainbridge Island School District No. 303 adopted Resolution No. 2-16-17, concerning a replacement technology levy to advance student learning. This proposition would authorize the District to modernize school facilities through the acquisition, installation and improvement of computer technology and telecommunication systems, equipment and facilities, and levy the following excess taxes, to replace an expiring levy, on all taxable property within the District:

                          Approximate
Collection         Levy Rate/$1,000             Levy
  Years             Assessed Value            Amount
   2018                     $0.32                  $2,200,000
   2019                     $0.31                  $2,200,000
   2020                     $0.31                  $2,200,000

   2021                     $0.31                  $2,200,000

Should this proposition be approved? 

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is required for voter approval of this proposition. 


South Kitsap School District No. 402

Proposition No. 1

Educational Programs and Operations Replacement Levy

The Board of Directors of South Kitsap School District No. 402 adopted Resolution No. 1225 concerning a proposition to finance educational operations and maintenance. This proposition authorizes the District to levy the following excess taxes, to replace an expiring levy, on all taxable property within the District, to support the District’s educational programs, maintenance and operations all as provided in Resolution No. 1225:

                          Approximate
Collection         Levy Rate/$1,000             Levy
  Years             Assessed Value            Amount
   2018                     $3.73                  $24,300,846
   2019                     $3.73                  $24,650,304
   2020                     $3.73                  $25,020,059

   2021                     $3.73                  $25,520,460
                              

Should this proposition be approved?

ð Yes

ð No

A simple majority is required for voter approval of this proposition.


South Kitsap School District No. 402

Proposition No. 2

School Construction and Security/Safety
General Obligation Bonds - $172,621,300

The Board of Directors of South Kitsap School District No. 402 approved a proposition for bonds to relieve overcrowding and enhance educational opportunities for students. This proposition would authorize the District to (1) make safety, security and health upgrades at all District schools including controlled access to buildings, playground equipment, electrical, fire panel upgrades, and parking lot and lighting upgrades, and (2) construct a new comprehensive high school; to issue $172,621,300 of general obligation bonds maturing within a maximum term of 21 years; and to levy excess property taxes annually to repay the bonds, as described in Resolution No. 1228. Should this proposition be:

ð Approved

ð Rejected

This measure requires that at least 14,443 ballots be cast and that a 60 percent majority of those ballots are votes to approve the measure for this item to pass.