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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1997
La Habra Heights voters have overwhelmingly approved a special property tax to pay for the city's fire services. According to preliminary results of Tuesday's election, the tax passed by a vote of 889--or 82.5%--in favor to 189--or 17.5%--against. The measure needed a two-thirds majority or better to pass.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1997
La Habra Heights voters have overwhelmingly approved a special property tax to pay for the city's fire services. According to preliminary results of Tuesday's election, the tax passed by a vote of 889--or 82.5%--in favor to 189--or 17.5%--against. The measure needed a two-thirds majority or better to pass.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 1997
La Habra Heights is preparing to vote on a measure that would continue property tax funding for its Fire Department. Owners of property in the city will be asked July 15 whether they want to keep paying an average of $350 a year to maintain a crew of only three full-time workers. The department relies primarily on a pool of 140 firefighters who work in La Habra Heights on their days off from other departments in the area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 1997
La Habra Heights is preparing to vote on a measure that would continue property tax funding for its Fire Department. Owners of property in the city will be asked July 15 whether they want to keep paying an average of $350 a year to maintain a crew of only three full-time workers. The department relies primarily on a pool of 140 firefighters who work in La Habra Heights on their days off from other departments in the area.
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