Houses line the levee along the Sacramento River on Riverside Blvd. near Rio Viale. Sacramento homeowners currently pay, on average, an assessment of $57 per year as part of the Consolidated Capital Assessment District. The proposed increase would add an average of $42, for a total of $99 per year.
Houses line the levee along the Sacramento River on Riverside Blvd. near Rio Viale. Sacramento homeowners currently pay, on average, an assessment of $57 per year as part of the Consolidated Capital Assessment District. The proposed increase would add an average of $42, for a total of $99 per year. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Houses line the levee along the Sacramento River on Riverside Blvd. near Rio Viale. Sacramento homeowners currently pay, on average, an assessment of $57 per year as part of the Consolidated Capital Assessment District. The proposed increase would add an average of $42, for a total of $99 per year. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Property tax increase proposed for Sacramento levee fixes

February 14, 2016 7:00 AM

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