The Chevron oil refinery in Richmond is one industrial property that isn’t paying its fair share of property taxes, according to a newly formed coalition that wants to place a Propoisition 13 revision on the 2016 ballot. The “split roll” poposal would remove Proposition 13’s protections from commercial property.
The Chevron oil refinery in Richmond is one industrial property that isn’t paying its fair share of property taxes, according to a newly formed coalition that wants to place a Propoisition 13 revision on the 2016 ballot. The “split roll” poposal would remove Proposition 13’s protections from commercial property. Paul Sakuma AP
The Chevron oil refinery in Richmond is one industrial property that isn’t paying its fair share of property taxes, according to a newly formed coalition that wants to place a Propoisition 13 revision on the 2016 ballot. The “split roll” poposal would remove Proposition 13’s protections from commercial property. Paul Sakuma AP
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Union-led coalition launches campaign to change Proposition 13

May 07, 2015 11:50 AM

UPDATED May 07, 2015 04:25 PM

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