You’ve got your ballot. So, how are you voting on controversial Prop. 1? Here is its full text:
The City Council of the City of Bainbridge Island, Washington, adoptedOrdinance No. 2015-18 concerning financing for a public safety facility. If approved, this proposition would authorize the City to finance the design, construction, land acquisition and related costs of developing and equipping a new public safety facility, including police, municipal court and related functions. It would authorize issuance of no more than $15,000,000 of general obligation bonds maturing within 20 years to be repaid by the annual levy of excess property taxes, all as provided in Ordinance No. 2015-18. Should this proposition be approved?
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- Letter to the Editor: Proposition One Will Improve Court Access
- Letter to the Editor: Full Council Urges Passage of Proposition 1
- Letter to the Editor: No to Putting Public Safety Building Next to City Hall
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