This measure would renew the existing Park Maintenance Tax of $49 per year on residential units and on non-residential units in amounts specified in the Ordinance, for 20 years, adds an annual 2% inflator, and is expected to generate $1.4 million in the first year to fund maintenance of parks, street trees, greenbelts, bike paths, medians, public landscaping, urban wildlife and habitat, swimming pools, and public recreational facilities.
Election June 2018
Davis Media Access (DMA) has produced a variety of voter education programs related to the upcoming June 5, 2018 election. Coverage of local elections is core to DMA’s mission of strengthening community through media, and a free community service we've been proud to offer for 30 years.
Programming to date for this election cycle includes "Meet the Candidates" for the following races: Davis City Council; Yolo County Supervisor 3rd District; Yolo County District Attorney; Yolo County Clerk/Recorder/Assessor; Yolo County Sheriff/Coroner/Public Administrator; CA Congressional 3rd District, and pro/con statements for City of Davis ballot Measures H,I and J, as well as county ballot Measure K. It is likely we will add more programming in the weeks leading up to the election.
DMA will air and stream a live election-night program starting at 8 p.m. on June 5. For more information about DMA, please visit davismedia.org or call (530) 757-2419.
Shall Ordinance 2522 be adopted to add Article 15.21 to the Davis Municipal Code to establish a Street and Bike Path Maintenance Tax of $99 per year on residential units and on non-residential units in amounts specified in the Ordinance, to fund maintenance of streets, bike lanes and paths, sidewalks, and related transportation infrastructure, which is estimated to raise $2.8 million, with a 2% annual inflator, for a period of 10 years?
Shall Measure J, which would amend the Davis General Plan to change the land use designation for the Nishi property from Agriculture to Medium High Density Residential and Natural Habitat Area, as set forth in the Resolution and establishing the Baseline Project Features for development of the Nishi Project be approved?
Shall a tax be imposed on marijuana businesses in unincorporated Yolo County, between 1-15% of gross receipts, with a 4% initial rate on cultivation and 5% for other marijuana businesses, subject to a citizen’s oversight committee, which can be spent for criminal enforcement of illegal cultivation, early childhood intervention and prevention, youth development, rural infrastructure and for other unrestricted general revenue purposes, with potential annual revenue of $1,000,000 plus, for an indefinite duration?