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SHALL URBAN DRAINAGE AND FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED
$14.9 MILLION IN 2019 (RESULTING IN AN ANNUAL TAX INCREASE NOT TO EXCEED
$1.97 IN 2019 FOR EACH $100,000 OF ACTUAL RESIDENTIAL VALUATION) AND BY SUCH
AMOUNT AS MAY BE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER FROM A LEVY NOT TO EXCEED
1.0 MILLS TO PAY FOR DISTRICT WORK IN COORDINATION WITH LOCAL
GOVERNMENTS, INCLUDING:

1. MAINTAINING EARLY FLOOD WARNING GAUGES TO PROVIDE POTENTIAL
EVACUATION WARNINGS,


2. PROVIDING TRAILS, WILDLIFE HABITAT, AND RECREATIONAL ACCESS TO
RESIDENTS BY PRESERVING THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF PARKS AND OPEN
SPACE IN FLOODPLAIN AREAS WHICH PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND
PRIVATE PROPERTY, AND


3. REMOVING DEBRIS, GARBAGE AND OBSTRUCTIONS FROM STREAMS, CREEKS AND RIVERS RESULTING IN REDUCED RISK TO THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF RESIDENTS, PROTECTING PROPERTY, AND RESTORING NATURAL BEAUTY;

WITH THE DISTRICT’S ENTIRE MILL LEVY RATE SUBJECT TO STATUTORY CAPS AND TO ADJUSTMENT TO OFFSET REFUNDS, ABATEMENTS AND CHANGES TO THE PERCENTAGE OF ACTUAL VALUATION USED TO DETERMINE ASSESSED VALUATION; AND SHALL ALL DISTRICT REVENUES BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT NOT WITHSTANDING ANY LIMITS PROVIDED BY LAW?