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Measure L Oversight Committee

  • Scott Anderson
  • Brian Pringle
  • Sean Silva
  • Joshua Taylor
  • David Tremondt
  • Elsa Troy Slovik
  • Tim Weyland

 

Parcel Tax Information

MEASURE J & B:

The deadline to apply for the parcel tax senior exemption for the 2022-2023 tax year will be May 1, 2022,

4:00 p.m. If you previously filed for the exemption, you will not need to renew as long as your ownership and residency remain unchanged.

Click the following links for further information:

How to Apply for the Measure J & B Senior Exemption.pdf

Frequently Asked Questions about the Measure J & B Exemption

2022-2023 Parcel Tax Form for Measure J & B ONLY.pdf




MEASURE L:

The deadline to apply for the parcel tax senior exemption for the 2022-2023 tax year will be May 1, 2022,

4:00 p.m.  If you previously filed for the exemption, you will not need to renew as long as your ownership and residency remain unchanged.

Click the following links for further information:

How to Apply for the Measure L Senior Exemption.pdf

Frequently Asked Questions about the Measure L Exemption

2022-2023  Parcel Tax Form for Measure L ONLY.pdf


Note: If you want to apply for both senior exemptions, you will need to submit the two applications separately for Measure J & B and for Measure L. Please submit copies of all documents with your application(s). Utilities need to be in the applicant's name.

If your ownership and residency have changed, or if you wish to re-instate the parcel tax to support the Lafayette School District, please submit the Termination of Senior Exemption Parcel Tax form. 

Termination of Senior Parcel Tax Exemption.pdf

 

 

                       

                                                          Measure L

"To protect the quality of education and prevent deep cuts to Lafayette elementary and middle school programs in math, science, engineering, technology, reading, music, and the arts, maintain manageable class sizes to enhance student achievement, and attract and retain highly qualified teachers, shall Lafayette School District establish a $290 parcel tax for 7 years only, providing $3,011,360 annually in dedicated funding for neighborhood schools, with independent citizen oversight, an exemption for seniors, and all money staying local?”

Measure L Source: Resolution No. 14-1920: Resolution Of The Governing Board Of The Lafayette School District Calling An Election, Establishing Specifications Of The Election Order, And Requesting Consolidation With Other Elections Occurring On March 3, 2020 - Link to full resolution

 

Charge of the Committee:

  • To monitor the expenditures of Measure L-2020 funds by the District
  • Report on an annual basis to the Board and community on how Measure L-2020 funds have been spent
Measure L Oversight Committee Meetings

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