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October 24, 2020
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Placing Measure S on ballot

September 18, 2020

The Cotati City Council has unanimously placed local Measure S on the November 2020 ballot. If enacted, Measure S would continue Measure G, the existing locally controlled funding to maintain identified community priorities including:

• Local 911 emergency dispatch and police department services

• Maintaining domestic violence response services

• Preparing for emergency and natural disaster response

• Fixing potholes and repairing streets to improve safety for pedestrians, cyclists and driver including local first responders

• Clean, safe parks and youth and senior recreation programs.

Measure S would maintain a reliable source of local funding without increasing tax rates. No funding could be taken by the state. Measure S would continue to require oversight by the Independent Citizens Oversight Committee and be subject to mandatory financial audits.

Visit cotaticity.org for more information.