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August 1, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Voters here will decide in November whether to tax themselves to pay for the repair and maintenance of the Rossmoor perimeter wall. Directors of the Rossmoor Community Services District voted 4 to 1 last week to place a proposal on the Nov. 8 ballot to impose a special tax of $15 a year for the next 16 years. It would be assessed on local homeowners for the repair and upkeep of the wall, which was damaged during an earthquake two years ago.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Voters here will decide in November whether to tax themselves to pay for the repair and maintenance of the Rossmoor perimeter wall. Directors of the Rossmoor Community Services District voted 4 to 1 last week to place a proposal on the Nov. 8 ballot to impose a special tax of $15 a year for the next 16 years. It would be assessed on local homeowners for the repair and upkeep of the wall, which was damaged during an earthquake two years ago.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
A special election will be held Nov. 8 to determine whether the Rossmoor Community Services District should take over the repair and maintenance of the Rossmoor perimeter wall, officials said. Voters will also be asked if they are willing to pay an estimated $15 a year for 20 years in additional property taxes to create a fund to pay for the cost of maintaining the wall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
A special election will be held Nov. 8 to determine whether the Rossmoor Community Services District should take over the repair and maintenance of the Rossmoor perimeter wall, officials said. Voters will also be asked if they are willing to pay an estimated $15 a year for 20 years in additional property taxes to create a fund to pay for the cost of maintaining the wall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
A court decision allowing the Community Services District to assess a special tax on residents to buy vacant Rush Elementary School and convert it into a park has been upheld by a state appeals court. An 11-page decision by the 4th District Court of Appeal in San Diego upholding an Orange County Superior Court ruling may have cleared the last legal hurdle in the simmering debate over the 8.5-acre school property.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 1992 | BERT ELJERA
A court decision allowing the Community Services District to assess a special tax on residents to buy vacant Rush Elementary School and convert it into a park has been upheld by a state appeals court. An 11-page decision by the 4th District Court of Appeal in San Diego upholding an Orange County Superior Court ruling may have cleared the last legal hurdle in the simmering debate over the 8.5-acre school property.
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