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CA Portola Valley Municipal 11-03-2009 4-year, 2 percent utility tax renewal for open space purchases Other Utility tax Open space $984,000 $984,000 $984,000 $984,000 Yes Pass 66% 34% San Mateo County, Measure R.  Depends on the passage of Measure Q allowing the Town to spend the funds. Simple majority required yes
CO Boulder County County 11-03-2009 15-year, extension of .25 percent open space sales tax Sales tax   Open space, parks $231,750,000 $231,750,000       Fail 48% 52% Current tax is set to expire in 2019, Includes $50M bond authorization yes
CT Guilford Municipal 01-27-2009 Bond for the purchase of two properties for open space Bond   Open space $15,450,000 $15,450,000 $15,450,000 $15,450,000 Yes Pass 85% 15%   yes
CT Glastonbury Municipal 05-19-2009 Bond for the purchase of Winter Hill Farm Bond   Farmland $3,875,000 $3,875,000 $3,875,000 $3,875,000 Yes Pass 75% 25%   yes
CT South Windsor Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for the preservation of open space and farmland Bond   Open space, farmland $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 63% 37%   yes
CT Mansfield Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for the acquisition of open space and recreational lands Bond   Open space, recreation $1,052,450 $1,052,450 $1,052,450 $1,052,450 Yes Pass 61% 39% This same question was approved by voters in November 2006.  In the 3 years since, the money was never spent and new voter bond authorization needed. yes
CT Ellington Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for open space and recreational lands Bond   Open space, recreation $1,725,000 $1,725,000       Fail 44% 56%   yes
CT Glastonbury Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for open space Bond   Open space, farmland $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 62% 38%   yes
CT Chester Municipal 11-10-2009 Bond for the purchase of open space Bond   Open space $1,000,000 $1,000,000       Fail 35% 65%   yes
CT Harwinton Municipal 11-24-2009 Purchase of 64 acre property for open space Other Appropriation Open space $800,000 $800,000 $800,000 $800,000 Yes Pass 71% 29%   yes
GA Marietta Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for park acquisitions and improvements Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $25,000,000 $5,000,000 $25,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 51% 49%   yes
IL Nunda Township Municipal 04-07-2009 Bond for the preservation of open space Bond   Open space $15,000,000 $15,000,000       Fail 41% 59% McHenry County yes
IL Grayslake Community Park District Special District 04-07-2009 8.9 cents per $100 property tax increase for the purchase of open space Property tax   Open space, parks, recreation $6,000,000 $4,400,000       Fail 47% 53% Lake County yes
IL Washington Township Municipal 04-07-2009 Bond to acquire and preserve open space Bond   Open space $2,500,000 $2,500,000       Fail 30% 70% Will County, Question is dependent on question 1 authorizing bonds for open space in the Township.  Question 1 failed 32% 68% yes
MA Lynnfield Municipal 04-13-2009 Community Preservation Act, 3% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $12,617,960 $4,205,987       Fail 19% 81%   yes
MA Rehoboth Municipal 04-06-2009 Community Preservation Act, 1% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $2,933,280 $977,760 $2,933,280 $977,760 Yes Pass 61% 39% Initiative petition yes
MA Seekonk Municipal 04-06-2009 Community Preservation Act, 1.25% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $5,310,680 $1,770,227 $5,310,680 $1,770,227 Yes Pass 53% 47% Initiative petition yes
MA Hardwick Municipal 04-13-2009 Community Preservation Act, 3% property tax surcharge Property tax   Open space $1,093,720 $364,573       Fail 46% 54% Petition yes
ME Windham Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for the preservation of Clark Farm Bond   Farmland, forest $1,000,000 $1,000,000       Fail 47% 53%   yes
ME Scarborough Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for the conservation of natural areas Bond   Recreation, habitat, open space $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
MI Webster Township Municipal 11-03-2009 5-year, .5 mill property tax renewal for open space and farmland protection Property tax   Open space, farmland, habitat, watershed protection $853,665 $853,665 $853,665 $853,665 Yes Pass 60% 40% Washtenaw County yes
MO Platte County County 08-04-2009 10-year, .5 percent sales tax renewal for local parks including land acquisition Sales tax   Open space, parks, greenways, trails $76,000,000 $10,000,000 $76,000,000 $10,000,000 Yes Pass 54% 46%   yes
NJ New Jersey State 11-03-2009 Bond for open space, parks, farmland and historic preservation Bond   Open space, parks, farmland, recreation, watershed protection $400,000,000 $400,000,000 $400,000,000 $400,000,000 Yes Pass 53% 47%   yes
NJ Bridgewater Township Municipal 11-03-2009 5-year, 1-cent continuation of an open space tax Property tax   Open space, parks, recreation $4,544,382 $4,544,382       Fail 50% 50% Somerset County, though this measure seeks to decrease the open space tax from 4 to 1 cent, it also continues the tax for 5 years.  If this measure fails, the open space tax ends. yes
NJ Hillsdale Borough Municipal 11-03-2009 1 cent property tax to establish an open space trust fund Property tax   Open space, farmland, recreation $3,935,129 $3,935,129       Fail 47% 53% Bergen County yes
NJ Readington Township Municipal 11-03-2009 2 cent property tax increase for open space and farmland Property tax   Open space, farmland $11,357,028 $11,357,028       Fail 45% 55% Hunterdon County yes
NJ Mantua Township Municipal 11-03-2009 5-year, 2 cent property tax increase for open space preservation Property tax   Open space, recreation, trails $755,411 $755,411       Fail 39% 61% Gloucester County yes
NJ North Hanover Township Municipal 11-03-2009 5-year, 7 cents per $100 property tax increase for open space and farmland preservation Property tax   Open space, farmland, recreation $824,981 $824,981 $824,981 $824,981 Yes Pass 54% 46% Burlington County yes
NJ Park Ridge Borough Municipal 11-03-2009 Continuation of 1 cent property tax for open space, farmland, and recreational lands Property tax   Open space, farmland, recreation $3,455,540 $3,455,540       Fail 45% 55% Bergen County yes
NJ Old Tappan Borough Municipal 11-03-2009 Continuation of 1 cent property tax for open space, farmland and historic preservation Property tax   Open space, farmland $2,580,000 $2,580,000 $2,580,000 $2,580,000 Yes Pass 54% 46% Bergen County yes
OH Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks County 05-05-2009 10-year, .75 mill replacement and increase property tax for parks and wildlife habitat Property tax   Parks, greenways, recreation, trails, wildlife habitat $215,000,000 $107,500,000 $215,000,000 $107,500,000 Yes Pass 58% 42% Covers seven Central Ohio counties yes
OH Five Rivers MetroParks County 11-03-2009 10-year, 1.8 mill replacement levy for park operations and preservation of natural areas Property tax   Open space, parks, wildlife habitat, recreation, watershed protection $179,000,000 $10,000,000 $179,000,000 $10,000,000 Yes Pass 71% 29% Montgomery County yes
Ore Cannon Beach Municipal 05-19-2009 Bond for the protection of Ecola Creek watershed Bond   Watershed protection $4,000,000 $4,000,000 $4,000,000 $4,000,000 Yes Pass 51% 49% Clatsop County yes
Ore Ashland Municipal 11-03-2009 20-year, 5 percent meals tax extension with 80 percent of the revenue for the sewage capital projects and 20 percent for open space purchases Other Meals tax Open space, parks $30,000,000 $6,000,000 $30,000,000 $6,000,000 Yes Pass 59% 41% Jackson County yes
Ore Tigard Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for the purchase of land for natural areas, parks and trails Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $20,000,000 $20,000,000       Fail 47% 53% Washington County yes
PA Pennsbury Township Municipal 11-03-2009 .34 mill property tax increase for open space Property tax   Open space $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 62% 38% Chester County, Would bring the current open space prop tax to .79 mills, and eliminate the EIT for open space currently in place. yes
PA Plumstead Township Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for the acquisition of parks and recreational lands Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $4,500,000 $4,500,000 $4,500,000 $4,500,000 Yes Pass 51% 49% Bucks County yes
TX Plano Municipal 05-09-2009 Bond for park improvements and acquisition Bond   Parks, recreation $48,700,000 $15,200,000 $48,700,000 $15,200,000 Yes Pass 59% 41% Proposition 5, Collin County yes
TX Hutto Municipal 11-03-2009 Bond for parkland acquisition and improvements Bond   Parks, recreation $3,300,000 $1,000,000 $3,300,000 $1,000,000 Yes Pass 51% 49% Williamson County, Prop 2 yes
VA Stafford County County 11-03-2009 Bond for parks and recreation Bond   Parks, recreation, trails $29,000,000 $5,300,000 $29,000,000 $5,300,000 Yes Pass 54% 46%   yes
TOT                 $1,375,898,226 $913,661,133 $1,059,164,056 $607,668,083 25         40

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