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  • OC Voters Benefit from Measure M for 28th Consecutive Year

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    July 15, 2019

    For the 28th consecutive year, Measure M is delivering transportation improvements to Orange County, as promised to voters.

    An independent oversight committee closely monitors the expenditure of funds generated by this voter-approved sales tax measure. At its annual Measure M public hearing, the Taxpayer Oversight Committee unanimously found that the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is proceeding in accordance with the Measure M ordinances that were first approved by voters in 1990 and renewed by 70% of voters in 2006.

    “The taxpayers of Orange County entrust that OCTA will administer Measure M funds wisely, and the Taxpayer Oversight Committee plays a vital role in ensuring promises made are being kept,” said OCTA Chairman Tim Shaw. “I’m extremely proud of the fact that the committee has determined for 28 straight years that OCTA is keeping its promises.”
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