Alameda County City of Livermore Voters rejected the Citizens Alliance for Public Planning (CAPP) initiative that would have required an election for a development of more than 20 units. Measure B: No, 61.5% City of Pleasanton Voters defeated the CAPP initiative that would have mandated an election for a development with at least 10 units. Measure D: No, 56.4% City of Newark Voters defeated an initiative that would have changed the general plan designation of 560 acres of mostly vacant property in the southwest part of town from residential to open space and agriculture. Developers have proposed 1,100 high-end homes and a golf course on land currently zoned for 2,700 homes. Measure C: No, 61.3% Contra Costa County City of San Ramon In the closest CAPP election, voters defeated an initiative that would have required an election for a development of at least 10 units. Measure F: No, 52.5% Voters narrowly approved the City Council's alternative to CAPP. This measure places a two-year moratorium on zoning changes and mandates a general plan update. Measure G: Yes, 51.1% Fresno County City of Clovis Voters approved a three-tenths of a cent sales tax to fund police and fire stations. Measure A: Yes, 68.8% Los Angeles County City of Agoura Hills Voters backed an initiative that requires a two-thirds vote of the electorate before land currently zoned as open space may be developed. Measure B: Yes, 85.7% City of Arcadia An $8 million bond to build a new police station in this San Gabriel Valley city received wide support. Measure C: Yes, 78.3% Napa County City of American Canyon Voters in this seven-year-old city between Napa and Vallejo approved a measure that rezones a former cement plant in the city's sphere of influence to allow for construction of a "town center." Retail shops, parks, gardens, vineyards and a small lake are planned. Measure C: Yes, 83.1% Orange County Rancho Santa Margarita Voters in this southern Orange County community of 44,000 approved incorporation. Rancho Santa Margarita becomes the county's 33rd incorporated city on January 1. Incorporation, 83.4% San Bernardino County City of Apple Valley A measure that locks in existing residential densities for 20 years and requires voters to approve zoning changes and general plan amendments passed easily. Measure N: Yes, 83.7% A competing measure placed on the ballot by the City Council that would have permitted the council to make zoning changes failed by a similar margin. Measure O: No, 82.6% City of Chino Hills Voters approved an initiative that requires voters to decide on proposals to increase residential zoning densities, or to convert commercially zoned property to residential. Measure U: Yes, 75.7% City of Redlands An initiative that would have limited residential development to 400 units annually, encouraged citrus preservation and altered traffic patterns was rejected. Measure V: No, 54.6% An initiative that would have placed strict limits on San Timoteo Canyon development also lost. Measure W: No, 57.3% San Diego County City of Santee In a November 9 special election, voters rejected a 3,000-unit subdivision proposed for the Fanita Ranch, the last large piece of undeveloped land in this San Diego suburb. They voted against the general plan amendment (Measure A) and the specific plan (Measure B), both of which were subjected to referenda. Interestingly, voters also rejected a proposal (Measure C) that called for the city to buy the land as open space. Measure A: No, 64.9% Measure B: No, 64.9% Measure C: No, 86.3% San Francisco City and County Voters approved an advisory measure that calls for extending CalTrain lines to a proposed regional transit station downtown. The measure also calls for electrifying CalTrain lines between San Francisco and San Jose. Proposition H: Yes, 69.1% Voters said they like the idea of making Octavia Boulevard a thoroughfare instead of rebuilding the Central Freeway, a raised structure that was damaged by the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. The measure, placed on the ballot by supervisors, also calls for construction of housing and mixed-uses on former freeway right-of-way. Proposition I: Yes, 54.1% A competing initiative that would have authorized Caltrans to rebuild the Central Freeway failed. This was the second time in three elections that city voters have rejected freeway reconstruction. Proposition J: No, 52.5% San Mateo County City of Half Moon Bay Voters tightened an existing annual growth cap from 3% to 1%. The measure contains an exception for additional development in the downtown core. Measure D: Yes, 63% Santa Barbara County City of Santa Barbara An initiative to allow a 225-room hotel along the waterfront failed. Developer Fess Parker forced the measure on the ballot after the City Council limited his proposed hotel to 150 rooms. Measure S: No, 65.2% Santa Clara County City of Morgan Hill Voters extended the life of the city's redevelopment program, which will collect an estimated $147 million during the next 10 years. Planned projects include a library, senior and youth centers, athletic fields, flood control, street improvements, historic preservation and new housing. Measure D: Yes, 67.3% Solano County City of Fairfield A developer-backed "greenbelt" initiative that would have extended the city's urban growth boundary in areas eyed by builders received very little support. Measure I: No, 89.5% Ventura County City of Ventura Voters approved rezoning of 25 acres of farmland to permit construction of a church and recreational facilities. This was the first project to go to the ballot since city voters approved the Save Our Agricultural Resources initiative in 1995. Measure C: Yes, 54.6% School Bonds Approved (16): Alisal Elementary (Monterey County), $25 million. Berryessa (Santa Clara County), $48 million. Briggs (Ventura County) $2.5 million. Campbell High (Santa Clara County), $95 million. Capistrano (Orange County), $65 million. El Monte City Elementary (Los Angeles County), $40 million. Nicasio (Marin County), $2.5 million. Pacific Grove (Monterey County), $12 million. Perris High (Riverside County), $16 million. Round Valley Joint Elementary (Inyo County), $1.2 million. San Miguel Joint Elementary (Monterey County), $3.9 million. Santa Ana (Orange County), $145 million. Twin Hills (Sonoma County), $4 million. Washington (Yolo County), $17.5 million. Woodland Joint (Yolo County), $40 million. Yuba City (Sutter County), $36 million. Defeated (12): Antelope Valley High (Los Angeles County), $91 million. Barstow (San Bernardino County), $20 million. Cabrillo (San Mateo County), $125 million. Grant Joint High (Sacramento County), $67.5 million. Lindsay (Tulare County), $4.9 million. Peninsula (Humboldt County), $1.8 million. Southern Kern (Kern County), $13.3 million. Thermalito Elementary (Butte County), $2.3 million. Wasco Elementary (Kern County), $3.6 million. William S. Hart High (Los Angeles County), $17.5 million. Paso Robles (San Luis Obispo County), $65 million. Poway (San Diego County), $149 million. Approved October 19: Sacramento City (Sacramento County), $195 million. Approved November 16: Placer High, (Placer County), $41.5 million School Parcel Taxes Approved: Davis Joint (Yolo County), $57 to $114 annually. Lafayette Elementary (Contra Costa County), $132 annually. Moraga Elementary (Contra Costa County), $129 annually. Defeated: Irvine (Orange County), $95 annually.