Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsRancho Santa Margarita Ca Taxes
IN THE NEWS

Rancho Santa Margarita Ca Taxes

MORE STORIES ABOUT:
FEATURED ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 2000 | Sean Kirwan, (949) 574-4202
The city is expecting to collect a bit more than $7.5 million in tax money between June 30 of this year and June 30, 2001. A preliminary budget for 2000-01 shows that the city has just less than $1.4 million left in its coffers since it began collecting taxes on the first of January. The new budget estimates show the city will bring in $1.64 million more than it will spend by the end of the next fiscal year. That extra money can then go into the city's surplus funds.
ARTICLES BY DATE
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 2000 | Sean Kirwan, (949) 574-4202
The city is expecting to collect a bit more than $7.5 million in tax money between June 30 of this year and June 30, 2001. A preliminary budget for 2000-01 shows that the city has just less than $1.4 million left in its coffers since it began collecting taxes on the first of January. The new budget estimates show the city will bring in $1.64 million more than it will spend by the end of the next fiscal year. That extra money can then go into the city's surplus funds.
Advertisement
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Water taxes for 65,000 residents of Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita will be reduced this fiscal year through cost-saving measures by the Santa Margarita Water District, officials said this week. Rancho Santa Margarita residents will see the biggest savings, with a reduction of 14 cents for each $100 of the value of their homes. That will be an annual savings of about $280 for a $200,000 residence, said John Schatz, general manager of the water district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Water taxes for 65,000 residents of Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa Margarita will be reduced this fiscal year through cost-saving measures by the Santa Margarita Water District, officials said this week. Rancho Santa Margarita residents will see the biggest savings, with a reduction of 14 cents for each $100 of the value of their homes. That will be an annual savings of about $280 for a $200,000 residence, said John Schatz, general manager of the water district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 26, 1992 | LEN HALL
The Capistrano Unified School District voted unanimously this week to create a special tax district for the 1,003-acre, 2,500-unit Las Flores planned community under construction just south of Rancho Santa Margarita. Approved under a joint agreement with the county and the developer--the Santa Margarita Co.--the special tax district is expected to generate $15.5 million for schools and $6.8 million for road improvements for the future community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 26, 1992 | LEN HALL
The Capistrano Unified School District voted unanimously this week to create a special tax district for the 1,003-acre, 2,500-unit Las Flores planned community under construction just south of Rancho Santa Margarita. Approved under a joint agreement with the county and the developer--the Santa Margarita Co.--the special tax district is expected to generate $15.5 million for schools and $6.8 million for road improvements for the future community.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|