Redwood City – The Measure K Oversight Committee today presented a “Ten Years of Progress” report to the Board of Supervisors.
The report lists accomplishments from the Measure K half-cent sales tax, first approved by voters in November 2012.
The “Ten Years of Progress” report provides a snapshot of what has been achieved since the tax was first collected.
This includes building affordable housing, investing in early childhood education and bolstering emergency services with the purchase of six fire engines, one ladder truck and three wildland fire engines.
The report outlines programs and services that touch the lives of nearly every person in San Mateo County.
The Controller’s Office also presented the Board with a report that includes all Measure K revenues and expenditures by initiative since the 2012-12 fiscal year.
The Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to accept the reports.
For more information, the reports are posted on the Board's agenda.