$394 Million Marin Hospital Bond Declared a Winner

Measure F passes clears the supermajority threshold with 68.49% of the vote.

Patch file photo
Patch file photo

It’s official. A month after the ballots were cast, a $394 Marin General Hospital bond has cleared the supermajority hurdle.

With the release of the final vote tally from the November 5, 2013 election by the Marin County Registrar, Measure F passed with 68.49% of the vote.

The general obligation bond will fund the rebuilding of the Marin Healthcare District-owned 235-bed full-service acute care hospital that opened in 1952.

“By passing this bond measure, voters have demonstrated their strong support for Marin General Hospital’s plans to build a modern, earthquake-safe hospital that will serve the community well into the future,” said Marin Healthcare District Board of Directors Chair Jennifer Rienks in a prepared statement.


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