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August 12, 1996 | ED BOND
The tax that Valley property owners pay to fight insect infestations will drop by 20 cents this year, except along the Los Angeles River, where assessments are being raised to fight a black fly invasion. Officials with the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District said the general reduction in the tax rate is a result of changes in mosquito control practices. But along the Los Angeles River, a 15-cent tax increase will nearly offset the reduction elsewhere.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 1996 | ED BOND
The tax that Valley property owners pay to fight insect infestations will drop by 20 cents this year, except along the Los Angeles River, where assessments are being raised to fight a black fly invasion. Officials with the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District said the general reduction in the tax rate is a result of changes in mosquito control practices. But along the Los Angeles River, a 15-cent tax increase will nearly offset the reduction elsewhere.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996
Under pressure from angry voters, the Agoura Hills City Council on Wednesday will discuss whether to rescind a controversial 1994 utility tax. The California Supreme Court last year upheld a 1986 state ballot measure giving voters a say over new general and special taxes. Since then, the council has been under pressure to rescind the tax or place it on the ballot. The council passed a resolution in February to place the matter on the November ballot.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1996
Under pressure from angry voters, the Agoura Hills City Council on Wednesday will discuss whether to rescind a controversial 1994 utility tax. The California Supreme Court last year upheld a 1986 state ballot measure giving voters a say over new general and special taxes. Since then, the council has been under pressure to rescind the tax or place it on the ballot. The council passed a resolution in February to place the matter on the November ballot.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 1995
Strong opposition to an entertainment tax at Universal Studios in Universal City and Six Flags Magic Mountain near Valencia failed to materialize this week during a public hearing before the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The lone speaker opposed to the proposed 2% tax on ticket sales at the two theme parks was Jack Kyser, chief economist at the Economic Development Corp., a nonprofit business association.
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January 14, 1995 | CYNTHIA H. CRAFT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After the Loma Prieta earthquake hit the Bay Area in 1989, Gov. George Deukmejian urgently summoned the Legislature to a special session, legislators declared that all Californians would help pay for rebuilding with a temporary tax, and generous state housing assistance loans were extended to quake victims. None of that happened after the Northridge earthquake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 1995
Strong opposition to an entertainment tax at Universal Studios in Universal City and Six Flags Magic Mountain near Valencia failed to materialize this week during a public hearing before the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The lone speaker opposed to the proposed 2% tax on ticket sales at the two theme parks was Jack Kyser, chief economist at the Economic Development Corp., a nonprofit business association.
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