November 8, 2022 General Election - List of Local Measures

City Measures

MEASURE  
City of Morgan Hill
Zoning Amendment
Majority Vote

Shall the ordinance, changing zoning regulations throughout the City of Morgan Hill to prohibit buildings with characteristics that could be used for new storage and distribution uses in all areas of the City be adopted?

Yes
No

 

MEASURE  
City of Saratoga
Term Limit Ordinance
Majority Vote

Shall the City of Saratoga adopt an ordinance establishing term limits for members of the Saratoga City Council, limiting individuals to serving two terms and specifying the duration of various types of partial terms that are considered a term for the purposes of term limits?

Yes
No

 

MEASURE  
City of Gilroy
Charter Amendment
Majority Vote

Construction Contract Procurement and Public Noticing Modernization.
Shall the City of Gilroy Charter be amended to:

  • Modify the bidding threshold from $35,000 to the  amount authorized by California Public Contract Code Section 22032;
  • Establish authority to procure for Design-Build and Best Value contracts;
  • Allow modernization of public noticing?

Yes
No

 

School Measures

MEASURE  
Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District
Parcel Tax
2/3  Vote

To provide Loma Prieta neighborhood elementary/middle school students with stable funding for current instruction in math, science, reading, technology, arts and other core curriculum; retain/recruit highly qualified teachers, and continue to support classroom technology needs, shall Loma Prieta Joint Union Elementary School District's measure be approved establishing an annual parcel tax of $348 for 8 years, raising approximately $640,000 a year, with senior exemptions, independent citizen oversight, no funds for administrator's salaries, all funds staying in our local schools?

Yes
No

 

MEASURE  
East Side Union School District
School Bonds
55%  Vote

With funds that cannot be taken by the State and spent elsewhere, shall East Side Union High School District's measure to expand career/ technical education facilities, renovate science labs and upgrade technology at Andrew Hill, Calero, Evergreen Valley, Foothill, Independence, James Lick, Mt. Pleasant, Oak Grove, Piedmont Hills, Santa Teresa, Silver Creek, Verba Buena and W.C. Overfelt High Schools be adopted, authorizing $572 million in bonds with legal rates, projected levies below 3¢/$100 of assessed valuation ($35.7 million/year through 2050), annual audits, independent oversight and no increase in tax rates?

Bonds - Yes
Bonds - No

 

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