At the February 20, 2018 Town Council meeting, the Town Council voted to introduce an Ordinance to be placed on the June 5, 2018 ballot, to extend the current sales tax measure until it is repealed by voters, increase the sale tax level from ½ cent to ¾ cent, and repeal the existing storm drainage special tax of $98 per residential unit and 1,000 commercial square feet. The Ordinance, as introduced, was approved by the Town Council at its March 6, 2018 meeting and was submitted to the Marin County Registrar of voters for placement on the June 5, 2018 ballot. Please read below for more information about Measure F.
Community Forums on Measure F were held at the Corte Madera Community Center on Saturday, March 31st and Wednesday, April 4th. The April 4th meeting was video recorded and can be watched by clicking here or by clicking the embedded version below.
The following documents were available to attendees: (1) PowerPoint Presentation, (2) Measure F Ballot Language, Impartial Analysis, Argument in Favor and Full Text of Measure F, (3) Staff Report from February 20, 2018 Town Council Meeting
Town Council Meetings:
Public Notices Regarding Ballot Measure:
3/22/18: Notice of Community Forums on Measure F (PDF)
3/16/18: Notice of Qualified Candidates and Ballot Measure (PDF)
3/07/18: Notice of Election and Submittal of Ballot Measure to Voters (PDF)
Notice includes instructions and filing deadlines for submittal of arguments for or against the measure as well as submittal of rebuttals to any primary arguments.