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October 8, 1998
Voters will decide next year whether a 4% utility tax should replace a citywide assessment due to expire in 2001. The City Council agreed Monday to put the tax, which would be added to electricity, gas, and telephone bills, to a city vote March 2, 1999. If approved, it would take effect in July 2000. Councilman Thomas Harvey said the council, after hearing from the public, agreed not to apply the tax to cable television bills.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1998
Voters will decide next year whether a 4% utility tax should replace a citywide assessment due to expire in 2001. The City Council agreed Monday to put the tax, which would be added to electricity, gas, and telephone bills, to a city vote March 2, 1999. If approved, it would take effect in July 2000. Councilman Thomas Harvey said the council, after hearing from the public, agreed not to apply the tax to cable television bills.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1997
San Dimas and La Verne property owners in a mail-in election have overwhelmingly approved the continuation of annual assessments for the upkeep of Bonita Unified School District's recreation facilities. When all the ballots were counted Tuesday on whether to continue to raise $798,000 annually through a recreation assessment district, 64% of landowners favored the measure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1997
San Dimas and La Verne property owners in a mail-in election have overwhelmingly approved the continuation of annual assessments for the upkeep of Bonita Unified School District's recreation facilities. When all the ballots were counted Tuesday on whether to continue to raise $798,000 annually through a recreation assessment district, 64% of landowners favored the measure.
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