I just polled my email readers and asked: Do you think the City Council should vote to support a parcel tax that would assess residential and commercial properties an annual fee that would be used to fund (among other items) storm water run off projects?
The Long Beach Unified School District opposes it. Supervisor Don Knabe opposes it.
Not enough information has been given about the tax with specific dollar amounts of where it will be spent. Let's wait for the public hearing on Jan 15th before the LA County Board of Supervisors before the City Council jumps in on this.
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Sunday, January 6, 2013
Save Station 18
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