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AK Anchorage Municipal 04-18-1995 Bond for parks and capital improvements Bond   Parks, recreation $6,110,000 $954,000 $6,110,000 $954,000 Yes Pass 58% 42%   yes
AZ Scottsdale Municipal 05-23-1995 Proposition 400, 30-year, .2% transaction privilege and use tax acquisition of supplement private efforts to acquire land for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve Sales tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, recreation $272,545,560 $272,545,560 $272,545,560 $272,545,560 Yes Pass 63% 37%   yes
CO Larimer County County 11-07-1995 Issue 100, 8-year, 0.25% sales tax increase for open space, natural area, wildlife, parks and trails Sales tax   Open space, wildlife habitat, parks, trails $49,600,000 $49,600,000 $49,600,000 $49,600,000 Yes Pass 65% 35%   yes
CO Boulder County County 11-07-1995 Issue 1B, Bond for open space acquisition Bond   Open space $35,000,000 $35,000,000 $35,000,000 $35,000,000 Yes Pass 60% 40%   yes
CO Boulder Municipal 11-07-1995 Ballot Issue 201, Bond issue for park acquisition, development, and maintenance Sales tax   Parks, open space $134,000,000 $29,400,000 $134,000,000 $29,400,000 Yes Pass 58% 42% Boulder County yes
CO Colorado Springs Municipal 11-07-1995 Question 2B, Sales and use tax for trail, open space and park acquisition Sales tax   Open space, parks, trails $80,000,000 $80,000,000       Fail 43% 57% El Paso County yes
CO Longmont Municipal 11-07-1995 10-year, .25% sales and use tax increase for the acquisition, improvement and maintenance of open space Sales tax   Open space $28,284,791 $18,856,527       Fail 32% 68%   yes
CO Glenwood Springs Municipal 11-07-1995 Issue B, Bond issue for open space acquisition Bond   Open space           Fail 38% 62% Garfield Co., Accompanies Ordinance No. 33 yes
CO Glenwood Springs Municipal 11-07-1995 Ordinance No. 33, 10-year, 0.05% sales and use tax increase for open space acquisition Sales tax   Open space $11,000,000 $11,000,000       Fail 48% 52% Garfield Co., Accompanies Ordinance No. 38 yes
CO Greeley Municipal 11-07-1995 1-year, 0.1 percent sales and use tax increase to reclaim property for use as parkland Sales tax   Parks $700,000 $700,000       Fail 39% 61%   yes
CO Manitou Springs Municipal 11-07-1995 Proposition 2E, 12-year, 0.8 mill levy for open space, park and scenic vista acquisition and preservation Property tax   Open space, parks $300,000 $300,000 $300,000 $300,000 Yes Pass 61% 39% El Paso Co. yes
CO Manitou Springs Municipal 11-07-1995 Proposition 2D, 12-year, 0.1% sales tax increase for open space and scenic vista acquisition and preservation Sales tax   Open space $384,000 $384,000 $384,000 $384,000 Yes Pass 69% 31% El Paso Co. yes
CT Cheshire Municipal 11-07-1995 Question 2, bond issue for open space acquisition, conservation, recreation and education Bond   Open space, recreation $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 Yes Pass 62% 38% New Haven County yes
FL Port St. Lucie Municipal 07-25-1995 10-year, .25 mill property tax for parkland acquisition Property tax   Parks $5,907,832 $5,907,832       Fail 21% 79% Port St. Lucie Co. yes
IL Frankfort Park District Special District 04-04-1995 Bond issue for park acquisition and improvement Bond   Parks $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $2,500,000 Yes Pass 59% 41% Will and Cook Counties yes
MI East Lansing Municipal 11-07-1995 Bond issue for acquisition, development and improvement of parks and recreational facilities Bond   Parks, recreation $3,300,000 $3,300,000 $3,300,000 $3,300,000 Yes Pass 76% 24%   yes
MN Maple Grove Municipal 06-20-1995 Bond issue for forest and open space protection Bond   Open space, forests $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 65% 35% Hennepin Co. yes
MN Plymouth Municipal 05-23-1995 Bonds for open space and trails Bond   Open space, trails $2,235,000 $2,235,000 $2,235,000 $2,235,000 Yes Pass 85% 15%   yes
MO O'Fallon Municipal 04-04-1995 Question 1, Bond for improving, equipping and acquiring land for public parks Bond   Parks $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $2,000,000 Yes Pass 76% 24% St. Charles County yes
MO Beverly Hills Municipal 11-07-1995 0.5 percent sales tax increase for storm water control and local parks Sales tax   Parks         Yes Pass 55% 45% Total/Open Space Funds unavailable yes
MO Overland Municipal 08-08-1995 Proposition A, 1-year, 3.5% utility tax for acquisition of property to be converted into parkland Other Utility tax Parks $1,150,000 $1,150,000 $1,150,000 $1,150,000 Yes Pass 78% 22% St. Louis Co. yes
MO Maryland Heights Municipal 11-07-1995 .5 cent sales tax for storm water and parks Sales tax   Parks $80,000,000 $40,000,000 $80,000,000 $40,000,000 Yes Pass 51% 49%   yes
MT Missoula Municipal 11-07-1995 Bond issue for open space acquisition Bond   Open space, recreation $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 $5,000,000 Yes Pass 66% 34% Missoula Co. yes
NC Mecklenburg County County 11-07-1995 Bond issue for acquisition, improvement and maintenance of park and recreational facilities Bond   Recreation, parks, greenways $41,300,000 $20,650,000 $41,300,000 $20,650,000 Yes Pass 66% 34%   yes
NJ New Jersey State 11-07-1995 Public Question No. 4, Green Acres, Farmland and Historic Preservation, and Blue Acres Bond Act of 1995; Bond issue for land, farmland and watershed acquisition, recreation and conservation Bond   Recreation, farmland, watershed protection $340,000,000 $340,000,000 $340,000,000 $340,000,000 Yes Pass 68% 32%   yes
NJ Middlesex County County 11-07-1995 County Question No. 1, Property tax increase of one-cent per $100 of assessed value for open space and farmland acquisition Property tax   Open space, watershed protection, farmland $94,000,000 $94,000,000 $94,000,000 $94,000,000 Yes Pass 53% 47%   yes
NJ West Windsor Township Municipal 11-07-1995 Question No.1, $0.01 increase (from $0.01 to $0.02) per $100 assessed property value for the establishment, maintenance and improvement of parks, open space and playgrounds Property tax   Open space, recreation, parks $5,142,840 $5,142,840 $5,142,840 $5,142,840 Yes Pass 60% 40% Mercer County yes
NJ Chester Township Municipal 11-07-1995 5-year, 2-cents per $100 property tax increase for open space preservation Property tax   Open space, recreation $981,375 $981,375 $981,375 $981,375 Yes Pass     Morris County; Fund approved to continue through legislation in 2000 yes
NJ Millstone Township Municipal 11-07-1995 1 cent per $100 property tax to establish an open space trust fund Property tax   Open space, recreation, farmland $2,644,069 $2,644,069 $2,644,069 $2,644,069 Yes Pass     Monmouth County yes
OH Geauga County Park District County 11-07-1995 18-year, 1-mill property tax increase for acquisition and preservation of park lands Property tax   Open space, parks $28,800,000 $28,800,000 $28,800,000 $28,800,000 Yes Pass 57% 43%   yes
OH Lake County Metroparks County 11-07-1995 10-year, 1.9 mill property tax renewal for operation, maintenance, protection, acquisition, and development of Lake Metroparks Property tax   Open space, parks $66,000,000 $13,200,000 $66,000,000 $13,200,000 Yes Pass 69% 31%   yes
Ore Portland Metro Special District 05-16-1995 Measure 26-26, Bond issue for open space, parks, trails and fish protection Bond   Open space, watershed protection, wildlife habitat, parks, trails $135,600,000 $135,600,000 $135,600,000 $135,600,000 Yes Pass 67% 33% Metro serves more than 1.4 million residents in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties and the 25 cities in the Portland region yes
PA Warrington Township Municipal 11-07-1995 Bond for acquiring open space, conservation easements, transferable development rights, and land for recreational use Bond   Open space, recreation, farmland $2,100,000 $2,100,000 $2,100,000 $2,100,000 Yes Pass 66% 34% Bucks County yes
PA Buckingham Township Municipal 11-07-1995 Bond for acquiring open space, conservation easements and transferable development rights Bond   Open space, farmland $4,000,000 $4,000,000 $4,000,000 $4,000,000 Yes Pass 82% 18% Bucks Co. yes
PA Warwick Township Municipal 11-07-1995 Bond for acquisition and development of parkland Bond   Parks $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 Yes Pass 72% 28% Bucks Co. yes
PA Wrightstown Township Municipal 11-07-1995 Bond issue for open space, agricultural conservation easements and passive recreation land Bond   Open space, farmland, recreation $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 $1,500,000 Yes Pass 65% 35% Bucks County yes
TX Stafford Municipal 01-21-1995 Bond issue for neighborhood parks Bond   Parks $300,000 $300,000 $300,000 $300,000 Yes Pass 87% 13%   yes
TX Plano Municipal 05-06-1995 Proposition No. 8, bond issue for parks and recreation Bond   Recreation, parks $13,045,000 $13,045,000 $13,045,000 $13,045,000 Yes Pass 58% 42%   yes
WA Seattle Municipal 09-19-1995 Proposition No. 1, 0.48-mill property tax increase for creation of public park Property tax   Parks $111,000,000 $27,750,000       Fail 47% 53% King County yes
WA Federal Way Municipal 11-07-1995 Proposition No. 1, 10-year, 1.55% utility tax for park acquisition and recreational development Other Utility tax Parks, recreation $7,500,000 $7,500,000       Fail 47% 53% King County yes
WA Bainbridge Island Municipal 02-07-1995 Proposition No. 1, Bond issue for acquisition and development of specified lakefront property Bond   Open space $2,575,000 $1,287,500 $2,575,000 $1,287,500 Yes Pass 64% 36%   yes
TOT                 $1,583,505,467 $1,266,333,703 $1,339,112,844 $1,114,619,344 33         41

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