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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
February 29, 1996
The taxation of oil production in La Habra Heights will land voters in the middle of a debate over production of the city's black gold. The City Council has added a referendum to the March 26 ballot to charge oil companies $500 a year for each well in production, plus a few cents per barrel. The city already charges the tax. But council members decided to put it before voters after a recent decision by the state Supreme Court that challenges municipal taxes levied without voter approval.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 29, 1996
The taxation of oil production in La Habra Heights will land voters in the middle of a debate over production of the city's black gold. The City Council has added a referendum to the March 26 ballot to charge oil companies $500 a year for each well in production, plus a few cents per barrel. The city already charges the tax. But council members decided to put it before voters after a recent decision by the state Supreme Court that challenges municipal taxes levied without voter approval.
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