Two jurisdictions have already filed resolutions for inclusion on the May 5, 2009 ballot. Jefferson Elementary School District and Woodside Elementary School District have both filed their measures for voters to consider during the all-mail election.
There’s still a possibility that other jurisdictions will file resolutions before tomorrow’s deadline. We’ve heard that the San Carlos School District held a meeting on Wed., Feb. 4, to discuss the pros and cons of a May election with interested community members.
The meeting, held at Central Middle School, discussed the reconsideration of a parcel tax measure that was defeated in November’s Presidential General Election. It was only a discussion, however, and not a meeting to create a resolution.
Feb. 6 is the last day that any interested jurisdiction can file a resolution for election services or consolidation for the May 5 All-Mail Ballot Election. Measures will be posted on www.shapethefuture.org after the deadline has passed. Ballot questions are currently available.
Do you have questions about filing? Contact Lupe Sanchez, Filing Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.