What is Measure L?

Measure L has been placed on the November 8th ballot to secure voter authorization to clarify the City’s Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) Ordinance, allowing greater flexibility to improve city parks and complete future affordable housing projects. This measure WON’T increase taxes or tax rates, nor will it change TOT funding allocations. A YES vote supports clarifying the City’s ordinance to allow TOT funds to be used for construction and financing park improvements, and future affordable housing projects. A NO vote rejects the City’s proposal. 

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1. What is Measure L?
2. What is the actual question on the November ballot that voters will be asked to decide?
3. Why has the City placed Measure L on the ballot?
4. What is a Transient Occupancy Tax?
5. What is the City's TOT history? How are TOT funds used?
6. What specifically would Measure L do for Healdsburg parks?
7. Who is eligible to vote?
8. What is needed for Measure L to pass?
9. What happens if Measure L doesn't pass?
10. How long will Measure L last?
11. Where can I go for more information?