QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

ELECTION RETURNS

GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 6, 2012


BOARD OF EDUCATION

DISTRICT 3
Beverly G. Kelley* 18,587 49.4%
write-ins 165 0.4%


DISTRICT 4
Tammy L. Harper* 18,746 49.8%
write-ins 149 0.4%


* = winner


LOCAL REFERENDA

Question A:
REVISIONS TO THE ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES ORDINANCE
(County Ordinance 11-22)

County Ordinance 11-22 was adopted September 27, 2011 and would revise and update the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance in Queen Anne's County. Among other things, the Ordinance would require a determination of school adequacy for residential developments of 20 or more new lots and reduce the level of service standards for schools and transportation facilities.

For Against*
TOTAL 8,964 13,572
% of Total 39.8% 60.2%


Question B:
MAXIMUM GROSS FLOOR AREA
(County Ordinance 11-06)

County Ordinance 11-06 eliminated the current limitation on maximum gross floor area of 65,000 square feet on certain uses in the Suburban Commercial (SC) Zoning District.

For Against*
TOTAL 10,320 12,497
% of Total 45.2% 54.8%


Source:
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