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NOV 2015 BALLOT MEASURES

Be part of the decision on financial support for these services on Nov. 3:

  • Measure 20-235 would provide $13.5 million to the City of Eugene over five years to restore 22 hours of service to the two branch libraries and three hours of service at the downtown Library. If approved, the levy would cost the typical taxpayer an estimated $36 per year..(Library Levy detailed information)
  • The City of Springfield is asking voters to renew the Fire and Life Safety Services Local Option Levy to continue funding personnel to maintain and operate one of five Springfield fire engine crews. Measure 20-236 would raise $8.3 million over five years. The owner of a home valued at $144,000 would pay an estimated $51.84 per year.
  • South Lane County Fire and Rescue District is asking voters to approve $2.5 in general obligation bonds to upgrade existing apparatus and equipment and purchase a new ladder truck, two structural firefighting engines, and two water tender/heavy brush engines. Measure 20-237 would cost the owner of a home assessed at $100,000 an estimated $30 per year.
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