Is Measure D-22 a special tax or a general tax?

Measure D-22 is a "general tax," not a "special tax." Since this is a general tax, a simple majority voter approval ("50 percent plus one") is required to pass the sales tax measure. The transactions and use general tax proposed by Measure D-22 would take effect only if it receives a majority "YES" vote at the November 8, 2022, general municipal election.

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1. What is a sales tax?
2. What is Arroyo Grande’s current sales tax and how might it change?
3. Why will measure D-22 be placed on the November 2022 ballot?
4. Have Arroyo Grande residents passed any other sales tax measures?
5. How will Measure D-22 impact me?
6. What will happen if Measure D-22 does not pass?
7. How can Measure D-22 help resolve infrastructure issues in our City?
8. What are the sales tax rates in other cities in San Luis Obispo County?
9. Is Measure D-22 a special tax or a general tax?
10. Will Measure D-22 fund the roundabout at the Brisco-Halcyon Road interchange?
11. How has the City spent its “gas tax” money?