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May 26, 1990 | RICHARD SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles County assessor candidate Jay Curtis last week stood on a lonely Hollywood street corner preparing to announce a plan to rewrite a section of Proposition 13 that allows different taxes to be levied on similar properties. Curtis carefully chose a site only a few blocks from TV stations, with a good visual backdrop of similar houses that have different tax rates. But no one showed up. Even a dog running loose in the neighborhood ignored the event.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1990 | RICHARD SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles County assessor candidate Jay Curtis last week stood on a lonely Hollywood street corner preparing to announce a plan to rewrite a section of Proposition 13 that allows different taxes to be levied on similar properties. Curtis carefully chose a site only a few blocks from TV stations, with a good visual backdrop of similar houses that have different tax rates. But no one showed up. Even a dog running loose in the neighborhood ignored the event.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1993
Property owners whose homes were damaged or destroyed by the fires will have their tax assessment adjusted automatically if the property was listed as damaged by police or fire officials, according to Sid Delgado, Los Angeles County's assistant tax assessor. But owners should consider filing a claim form, available through the assessor's office or at the Malibu disaster center, as a backup, Delgado said. The disaster center opens at 9 a.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1993 | CHIP JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles County tax collector's office acknowledged Wednesday that two recent robberies of U. S. mail trucks prevented about 700 San Fernando Valley residents from receiving their annual tax bills. But don't figure that provides an alibi for non-payment. The first six-month installment is due Dec. 10, bill or no bill, tax officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1990
Proposition 13, passed in 1978, has made most decisions on taxing real property virtually automatic, with reappraisals limited to new construction and changes of ownership. One result has been to place even more emphasis than before on skilled and efficient administration in the field of tax assessment. The Los Angeles County assessor's office oversees the nation's biggest single property-taxing jurisdiction, annually determining the tax bill for 2.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 9, 1990 | RICHARD SIMON and FREDERICK M. MUIR, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
On the eve of today's filing deadline, a lively race is shaping up for the low-profile job of Los Angeles County assessor with incumbent John Lynch drawing six challengers, including his former secretary, the head of a taxpayers group and an assessor's employee named Kenneth P. Hahn. Hahn, the candidate, is no relation to veteran Los Angeles County Supervisor Kenneth Hahn, who has endorsed Lynch. Jay Curtis, president of the 350-member Los Angeles Taxpayers Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 30, 1986
Los Angeles County residents will cast two votes next week that involve the county tax assessor's office. They must first decide whether to keep the assessor's job an elective office. If the post remains elective--and we think it should--they must elect someone to the job, and the best candidate is Sid Delgado, chief technical assistant to outgoing Assessor Alexander H. Pope.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1986
The Candidates (As a general policy, The Times does not endorse candidates in partisan primary elections. We will, however, express a preference in most contests before the November general election.) California Superintendent of Public Instruction: Bill Honig Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors: 1st District--No endorsement 3rd District--Edmund D. Edelman Assessor: Sid Delgado Sheriff: Sherman Block Judges of the Superior Court: Office No. 1--Leon S. Kaplan Office No. 2--Judith M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1986 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
Those searching for safe bets can find three among the four Los Angeles County races on Tuesday's election ballot. But the fourth contest offers more than its share of uncertainty: The office may disappear before the winner can claim victory. The chancy race pits 12 mostly little-known candidates for the position of county assessor, replacing Alexander Pope, who is running for a seat on the state Board of Equalization.
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June 1, 1986
Primary Election, June 3, 1986 The Candidates (As a general policy, The Times does not endorse candidates in partisan primary elections. We will, however, express a preference in most contests before the November general election.) California Superintendent of Public Instruction: Bill Honig Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors: 1st District--No endorsement 3rd District--Edmund D. Edelman Assessor: Sid Delgado Sheriff: Sherman Block Judges of the Superior Court: Office No. 1--Leon S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1990 | RICHARD SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles County voters on Tuesday will select two supervisors, an assessor and a sheriff, while deciding five contested judgeships and local issues ranging from cityhood for Malibu to new ethics rules for Los Angeles municipal officials. One of the hottest races has unfolded in the eastern part of the county, where Supervisor Pete Schabarum's decision to retire created a rare opportunity to put a new face--possibly the first Latino--on the board.
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