Is there fiscal accountability in Measure H?

Yes, financial accountability is required with Measure H, including:

  • Measure H continues to give Modesto local control over local funds – no funds could be taken by the State.
  • Quarterly revenue and expenditure reports as well as an annual financial audit are provided to the Measure H Oversight Board and the public.
  • The Measure H Oversight Board is comprised of nine (9) members responsible for auditing the spending of the Measure H funds and reporting back to Council on an annual basis any findings they may have.

Essential purchases like food groceries and medicine are exempt from sales tax, helping to ensure Measure H is not a burden to those on fixed or limited incomes.

At any time, Measure H can be repealed by the voters.

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1. Does the revenue generated by Measure H stay in Modesto?
2. How does Measure H affect my business or transactions in the City of Modesto?
3. How is Measure H tax paid?
4. Is there fiscal accountability in Measure H?
5. What is Measure H?
6. What items are taxed by Measure H?
7. What other public safety measures are included in Measure H?
8. When did Measure H go into effect?
9. Where does Modesto's sales tax go?
10. Who decides how the revenue from Measure H is allocated?
11. Why sales tax not a property or parcel tax?
12. Why did the City Council place Measure H on the ballot?
13. Will there be taxpayer oversight?