November 2, 2010 General Municipal Election

Nominees For Public Office and City of Campbell Measures M, N and O
The following persons have been nominated for the offices hereinafter mentioned and Campbell Measure O will be voted on at the General Municipal Election to be held in the City of Campbell on Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Councilmembers (Four-Year Term): Three To Be Elected:
  • Phil Reynolds, Jr., Small Business Owner
  • Jeff Cristina, Businessman/Environmental Specialist
  • Richard Waterman, Small Business Owner
  • Larry Grattan, Property Manager
  • Liz Gibbons, Architect
  • Brian Brennan, Business Association Executive
  • Frank Jewett, Businessman/Military Reservist
  • Evan Low, Member, Campbell City Council
  • Robert S. Dougherty, Self-employed Tax Preparer
Measure M
“To maintain/protect city services, including 911 emergency response times, firefighters, police patrols, crime prevention, city streets and pothole repair, after-school programs for children/teens and senior programs, shall the City of Campbell modify the existing business license tax set in 1982, with the cost for most businesses increasing $50 and limiting annual cost-of-living adjustments to 2%, with proceeds placed in the City’s General Fund for local use and with independent annual financial audits?”

Measure N
“To help prevent additional budget cuts and maintain/protect city services, including 911 emergency response times, firefighters, police patrols, crime prevention, city streets and pothole repair, after-school programs for children/teens and nutrition programs for seniors, shall the City of Campbell increase the existing transient occupancy tax charged to hotel guests from 10% to 12%, with proceeds placed in the City’s General Fund for local use and with independent annual financial audits?”

Measure O
Shall the Offices of City Clerk and City Treasurer be Appointive?

Attachments:
    1. August 3, 2010 Council Report approving Ballot Measures M and N
    2. June 1, 2010 Council Report approving Ballot Measure O
    3. Argument filed in Support of Measure M
    4. Argument filed in Support of Measure N
    5. Argument filed in Support of Measure O

No Arguments were filed against Measures M, N and O.

City Attorney’s Impartial Analysis:
    6. Measure M
    7. Measure N
    8. Measure O
    9. Important Information about Measures M-N-0