September 27, 2016
Measure F, appearing on the November ballot, asks City of Woodland voters to extend an existing 1/2-cent sales tax for an additional 12 years. The tax currently generates $4.5 million per year. If re-authorized by Woodland voters, Measure F will continue to fund street maintenance and park improvement projects and will allow the city to increase funding for police and fire fire services. The 1/2-cent sales tax was first approved in 2000 (Measure H) and re-authorized in 2006 (Measure E).
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