Marking and signing the ballot

To complete an assessment ballot, the owner of the parcel must (1) mark the appropriate box supporting or opposing the proposed assessment, and (2) sign, under penalty of perjury, the statement on the ballot that the person completing the ballot is the owner of the parcel or the owner's authorized representative. Only one box may be marked on each ballot. Ballots must be completed in ink and include an original signature.

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1. Did you receive your orange envelope?
2. Who may complete a ballot?
3. Proportional assessment ballots
4. Duplicate ballots
5. Marking and signing the ballot
6. Who may return ballots?
7. Where to return ballots?
8. When to return ballots?
9. Withdrawal of assessment ballots
10. Changes to assessment ballots
11. Which assessment ballots will be counted?
12. When and where will ballots be tabulated?
13. How will ballots be tabulated?
14. Who will tabulate ballots?
15. Results of tabulation
16. Disclosure of ballots