BALLOT MEASURE SUMMARY
|SUMMARY Put on the Ballot by Petition Signatures
| Funds water, flood control, natural resources, park and
conservation projects by authorizing $5,388,000,000 in
general obligation bonds. Emergency drinking water safety
provisions. Fiscal Impact: State cost of $10.5 billion over
30 years to repay bonds. Reduced local property tax revenues
of several million dollars annually. Unknown state and local
operations and maintenance costs, potentially tens of millions
of dollars annually.
WHAT YOUR VOTE MEANS
A YES vote on this measure means: The state could sell $5.4 billion in general obligation bonds for safe drinking water, water quality, and water supply; flood control; natural resource protection; and park improvements.
A NO vote on this measure means: The state could not sell $5.4 billion in general obligation bonds for these purposes.
Provides clean, safe drinking water for California’s rapidly growing population; supports vital projects for coastal protection, water quality, flood prevention. Accountability, public disclosure, annual audits, no new taxes. Join League of Women Voters of California, Clean Water Action, Nature Conservancy, business groups, public health experts, local water districts throughout California.
This bond was placed on the ballot by special interests that will likely receive taxpayers’ money if the bond passes. This so-called “water and flood control bond” has no funding for dams or water storage and little funding for flood control. This initiative would spend billions without effective oversight.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Californians For Clean
Water, Parks and Coastal
Protection/Yes on Prop. 84
13039 Ventura Blvd.
Studio City, CA 91604
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