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Ventura, CA | Assessor completes $152 billion tax roll for Property Tax Year 2021-22 From

Ventura, CA | Assessor completes $152 billion tax roll for Property Tax Year 2021-22 From

Press Release VENTURA, Calif. – County Assessor Dan Goodwin announced the certification and delivery of Ventura County’s annual assessment roll to Auditor-Controller Jeff Burgh Monday, June 28, on time and includes adjustments for impacts of the pandemic. “My office has been following the economic impact of the pandemic closely. Restricted access to workplaces and other […]

We’re counting on you to protect Proposition 13 with your vote. Have you voted yet?

We’re counting on you to protect Proposition 13 with your vote. Have you voted yet?

This is a critical election for the protection of Proposition 13. Your vote is urgently important! If you have already voted, thank you! If not, there’s still time to use your vote-by-mail ballot, and of course you can go to the polls and vote in person. Vote-by-mail ballots may be returned to your county election […]

Commentary | California—Glad I Fled You

Commentary | California—Glad I Fled You

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I don’t know if I am prescient or just lucky. But I left California in the first days of February 2020, seeking a new home in Nevada. I had the feeling that big money grabs were coming—and here they are! In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, from Thursday, October […]

Save Prop 13 | Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association Launches Radio Ad Campaign Against Proposition 15

Save Prop 13 | Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association Launches Radio Ad Campaign Against Proposition 15

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association announced today that it will launch its extensive statewide radio campaign against Proposition 15 beginning on Monday. The ads will run in every major media market in California through election day. HJTA’s ad campaign will help to ensure that voters are aware of the serious threat that Proposition 15 poses […]

Hundreds Attend “No On 16” Car Rally in Irvine | Split Property Tax Roles – The Death of Prop 13

Hundreds Attend “No On 16” Car Rally in Irvine | Split Property Tax Roles – The Death of Prop 13

Tuesday, August 25, 2020 – IRVINE – In Irvine, Asian Industry B2B (AIB2B) and Californians For Equal Rights (CFER), the official 2020 NO on Prop 16 group, threw a rally that drew in hundreds of attendees and over 300 cars. Vehicles gathered in unity to denounce affirmative action, which will be on the November ballot. Prop 16 seeks to modify the […]

COVID-19 Should Delay Property Taxes Due in April

COVID-19 Should Delay Property Taxes Due in April

I hope you are doing well. I am following up with you to see if you are interested in sharing property owners’ perspective on the property tax deadline.  COVID-19 is adversely impacting large numbers of the population including more than 80% of apartment owners in California that are independent. Small ” mom and pop” owners […]

COVID-19 Should Delay Property Taxes Due in April

COVID-19 Should Delay Property Taxes Due in April

COVID-19 is adversely impacting large numbers of the population including more than 80% of apartment owners in California that are independent. Small ” mom and pop” owners may not have the means to forgo rental income or they may also be infected with the virus. All housing providers have thousands of dollars in property taxes […]

POLITICS | California Farm Bureau Federation Opposes Split-Roll Measure on Property Taxes – November Ballot Measure!

POLITICS | California Farm Bureau Federation Opposes Split-Roll Measure on Property Taxes – November Ballot Measure!

Editor’s Note: Apparently Sacramento will attempt another tax hike on the November ballot By DAVE KRANZ Warning of higher taxes on barns, dairies, wineries, processing plants, vineyards and orchards, the California Farm Bureau Federation has voted to oppose a state ballot initiative on property taxes that appears headed for the November ballot. The measure would […]

POLITICS | Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association launches radio ad campaign opposing “Proposition 13” on the March ballot

POLITICS | Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association launches radio ad campaign opposing “Proposition 13” on the March ballot

With the March 3 election fast approaching, your Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association is today launching a statewide radio ad campaign in opposition to this ballot’s Proposition 13, a $15 billion bond for school facilities that also will raise debt limits on local school districts, resulting in higher property tax bills. You can hear the ad […]

I “Won’t be Fooled Again” in 2020, Comes Home to Roost

I “Won’t be Fooled Again” in 2020, Comes Home to Roost

  By Richard Eber It’s apparently not enough that Democrats hold every State office from the Governor to three quarters of the Legislature.  Despite having this absolute power, they insist on creating misinformation in placing initiatives on the ballot to bamboozle voters The latest victim of their corrupt actions is the attempt to repeal a […]

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