Here is how the notification came down earlier this week:
The forces opposing City Hall's "Measure UUT" have aligned on another front as well. Here is the ballot argument from three residents who do see the point in paying some of the highest utility taxes in the State of California:
It looks like Sierra Madre residents will now have the unprecedented opportunity to vote on their utility taxes three different ways. You will be able to vote the UUT out of existence altogether. Or you could choose to vote them up to 10%, making this town one of only the very few in California with double digit utility taxes.
The third option? Vote no on both measures and the UUT will remain at the 6% level you voted for in 2012 and 2014.
Congratulations. You now have some choices.