Kelseyville FPD Election Materials

Kelseyville FPD Election Materials

In this post, CivicMic shares the Kelseyville FPD election materials. The Kelseyville Fire Protection District (“District”) will be holding a special election on December 21, 2021In this election, registered voters within the District boundaries will have the opportunity to vote in favor or against the formation of the proposed Fire CFD that may fund certain enhanced Fire and EMS services including new ambulances, a new fire engine, a fire station in the Soda Bay corridor, and salaries for additional Fire and EMS staff members. The purpose of these enhanced services would be to ensure reduced response times and more complete Fire and EMS coverage.  Ballots will be mailed to registered voters on Monday, November 8, 2021.

Kelseyville FPD Election Materials

Kelseyville FPD Sample Ballots

Kelseyville FPD Sample Evelopes

To learn more about the special election, including election procedures click here.

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2 thoughts on “Kelseyville FPD Election Materials”

  1. I’m on the very edge of kelseyville and considered cobb by most services. I’m retired on social security. Your proposal will benefit those in the soda bay area. The fire department used to inspect the hydrants in this area but not in the last 3 years possibly because of the road conditions which I am referred to the Cobb water district for every occasion. Adding $525.00 to my taxes is an insult to the lack of services in this area

  2. I agree with Richard. All those posh residences in the Buckingham, with their manicured gardens & lawns, some right on the lake, seem to be at lower risk than we are. I understand that the rules dictate that the rates cannot be based on property value. If that’s the case then just raise the taxes on those that will benefit. I don’t really care to help foot the bill so the Priviledged can get better insurance rates.
    The value of my property is $85k. My additional tax would be $121. The guy in Buckingham whose place is valued at $1.3 million. His additional tax is $174. Not exactly an exponential increase for those who have more, those who can afford more. This just adds to the inequality problem.
    Why not just beef up the existing fire station in the Riv? There must be better solutions that don’t entail the working class taking a hit. Because I’ll tell you right now, most of us can’t afford it.

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