Interactive: Transportation tax proposal projects, votes

February 9, 2008 

Stanislaus County and its cities are considering a half-cent sales tax increase for the November ballot that officials say would raise $700 million over 20 years. Half the money would go to cities and counties for projects local officials choose. The rest would go to regional work.



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TRANSPORATION TAX VOTESClick on city name for individual reports.
City Date Action Vote
Ceres Jan. 28 Approved 5-0
Hughson Jan. 28 Approved 5-0
Oakdale Feb. 4 Approved 5-0
Modesto Feb. 5 Approved 5-1
Patterson Feb. 5 Approved 5-0
Waterford Feb. 7 Approved 5-0
Riverbank Feb. 11 Approved 3-0
Newman Feb. 12 Approved
Turlock Feb. 12 Approved 5-0
Stanislaus County Feb. 26 Approved 5-0
Stanislaus Council of Governments Feb. 13 Approved 12-1



PROPOSED MONEY BY CITY
City Annual funding Total funding
Ceres $1.4 million $27.6 million
Hughson $200,000 $4 million
Modesto $6.9 million $137.6 million
Newman $339,000 $6.8 million
Oakdale $734,000 $14.7 million
Patterson $686,000 $13.7 million
Riverbank $707,000 $14.1 million
Turlock $2.4 million $48.2 million
Waterford $282,000 $5.6 million
Unincorporated areas $3.9 million $77.6 million
Total for local-city projects $17.5 million $350 million

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