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Measure B Information

Continuing Existing, Voter-Approved Funding for Local Libraries

From City Librarian Jill Bourne

 

On March 4, 2014, the San Jose City Council unanimously approved placing Measure B on the June 3 ballot to continue existing, voter-approved funds for library programs and services. Please see the attached information, including Frequently Asked Questions, explaining the Measure.

 

Sincerely,

 

Jill Bourne, City Librarian

San Jose Public Library

 

Informational Links

What is Measure B?

A brief presentation overview of Measure B

Version for printing available here 

 

San Jose Public Library Funding Sources

Learn more about how the San Jose Public Library is funded

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions about Measure B and the Library Parcel Tax?  Find helpful answers here

 

Placement Resolution & Ordinance

Find out more about the details of Measure B and the Library Parcel Tax

 

Survey Press Release

Read about the results of the Library Parcel Tax community survey

 

Executive Summary of Community Survey Results

Learn more about community support of the San Jose Public Library

 

Placement Press Release 

Learn more about San Jose City Council placing on the June 3 ballot the renewal of the existing Library Parcel Tax

 

Measure B Impartial Analysis

From the San Jose Office of the City Attorney, learn about all aspects of Measure B

 

Measure B Pro Argument

Read about community support for Measure B

 

Measure B Con Argument 

Read about arguments against Measure B



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