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Dolores Gilmore (D)

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General Election - Nov. 4, 2014
Ballot Measures

Kitsap County Fire Protection District No. 18

Proposition No. 1

Upgrade of Apparatus, Facilities and Fire and Life Safety Equipment Bonds – $2,745,000

The Board of Fire Commissioners of Kitsap County Fire Protection District No. 18 adopted Resolution No. 14-05 concerning this proposition for bonds. This proposition would authorize the District to upgrade apparatus and fire and life safety equipment and make necessary capital improvements to the facilities of the District, to issue $2,745,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within a maximum of five years, and to collect excess property taxes annually to repay the bonds, as provided in Resolution No. 14-05. Should this proposition be:

ð    Approved

ð    Rejected

2013 Turnout - 8,085 40% - 3,234 60% - 1,940
For approval, there must be 40% turnout AND 60% or more must vote Approved for the measure to pass.

North Kitsap Fire & Rescue

Proposition No. 1

Levy of General Tax for Maintenance and Operations

The Board of North Kitsap Fire & Rescue adopted Resolution 2014-08, concerning a proposition to adequately finance maintenance and operation costs.

This proposition provides for the support of fire protection and emergency medical services, facilities, maintenance, staffing and operations by authorizing the District to levy excess taxes in the amount of $600,000 per year for four consecutive years beginning in 2014 to be collected in each year following at an approximate levy rate of $0.25 per thousand of assessed valuation (the actual rate will be based on assessed values).

Should this proposition be approved?

ð    Yes

ð    No

2013 Turnout - 6,767 40% - 2,707 60% - 1,624
For approval, at least 1,624 must vote Yes if fewer than 40% (2,707) turn out to vote. If more than 40% (2,707) turn out to vote, 60% or more of those voting must vote Yes in order for the measure to pass.


Last Updated:  December 31, 2014