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May 18, 1994 | ED BOND
Time has run out for the city of San Fernando to change the formula by which property owners pay for street lighting in the next fiscal year, despite a push to ease the burden on some homeowners. "It's been on the table for a year," said Councilwoman Joanne Baltierrez, who argued for the city to change the assessment district Monday night. "What faith will the people have with their city government?"
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August 17, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
Bowing to pressure from merchants and residents, the San Fernando City Council has decided to hold an election next year to determine if the city will join the county in creating a special district to tax property owners to preserve public libraries.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Faced with the expected loss of at least $100,000 in state funding, city officials have proposed a preliminary budget that calls for little or no growth in city programs and no layoffs. "It's a matter of trying to maintain a level of service without layoffs and without further spreading the hurt to residents and businesses. That's a very delicate balancing act," City Administrator Mary Strenn said. Finance Director Mike Moon characterized the $18.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 18, 1994 | ED BOND
Time has run out for the city of San Fernando to change the formula by which property owners pay for street lighting in the next fiscal year, despite a push to ease the burden on some homeowners. "It's been on the table for a year," said Councilwoman Joanne Baltierrez, who argued for the city to change the assessment district Monday night. "What faith will the people have with their city government?"
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
A public hearing has been scheduled July 19 on the San Fernando City Council's proposal to add a $32 annual charge to all properties for sewer improvements. On Monday, the council set the hearing and ordered notices mailed to owners of all parcels in the city of the new charge. "This is a formal action that allows us to send notices to every affected property owner," said Mike Drake, city public works director. "It advises them that we're proposing this."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
Bowing to pressure from merchants and residents, the San Fernando City Council has decided to hold an election next year to determine if the city will join the county in creating a special district to tax property owners to preserve public libraries.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1993 | JAMES ZOLTAK
It's back to the drawing board for the San Fernando City Council, which has decided to scrap plans to impose a flat-rate fee of $32 per property parcel to finance additional sewage treatment capacity at the city of Los Angeles' Hyperion facility. Faced with public opposition to the flat-rate charge, the council heard an alternative plan Monday night from city engineer Jerry Wedding. That proposal would establish a one-time charge appearing on tax bills based on water consumption.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1993 | JAMES ZOLTAK
It's back to the drawing board for the San Fernando City Council, which has decided to scrap plans to impose a flat-rate fee of $32 per property parcel to finance additional sewage treatment capacity at the city of Los Angeles' Hyperion facility. Faced with public opposition to the flat-rate charge, the council heard an alternative plan Monday night from city engineer Jerry Wedding. That proposal would establish a one-time charge appearing on tax bills based on water consumption.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
A public hearing has been scheduled July 19 on the San Fernando City Council's proposal to add a $32 annual charge to all properties for sewer improvements. On Monday, the council set the hearing and ordered notices mailed to owners of all parcels in the city of the new charge. "This is a formal action that allows us to send notices to every affected property owner," said Mike Drake, city public works director. "It advises them that we're proposing this."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Faced with the expected loss of at least $100,000 in state funding, city officials have proposed a preliminary budget that calls for little or no growth in city programs and no layoffs. "It's a matter of trying to maintain a level of service without layoffs and without further spreading the hurt to residents and businesses. That's a very delicate balancing act," City Administrator Mary Strenn said. Finance Director Mike Moon characterized the $18.
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