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If you want to know whether Wildomar residents told pollsters they are willing to pay a tax to keep parks open, you will need to attend tonight’s special city council meeting.
Beginning at 6:30 p.m., Wildomar City Council will hold the meeting at City Hall located at 23873 Clinton Keith Road.
Poll results were not published for the public prior to tonight’s meeting.
to invest up to $15,000 for a professional polling service to survey residents by telephone and find out what the level of support would be for a parks’ ballot initiative.
If the city decides to move forward tonight based on poll results, it is expected Wildomar will ask voters in November whether they want to pay a $28 special tax to fund maintenance of the city’s three parks: Marna O’Brien, Windsong and Heritage.
In June, Assistant City Manager Gary Nordquist said the cost to Wildomar to get a measure on the November ballot is expected to be around $43,000, possibly more, not including the polling cost or an additional $10,000 proposed for voter information and education outreach.