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City of La Habra Heights Appropriations Limit, Measure LHH-A (March 2013)
Measure A allows the city to continue to spend the full proceeds of the city's existing parcel tax that funds fire safety and emergency medical services. Measure A does not raise any taxes. If Measure A had been rejected, the parcel tax would have stayed the same, but the city would not have been allowed to spend all the revenue it receives from the tax.
- These results are from the Office of the City Clerk of La Habra Heights. These results are final.
The question on the ballot:
|MEASURE A: "Shall an ordinance be adopted to renew the City's authority to spend existing revenues from the special fire tax, approved by two-thirds of the City's voters in 1997, to provide essential fire and life-safety services, by renewing the voter-approved amendment to the City's appropriation limit?"|
- Whittier Daily News, "La Habra Heights to consider spending, tax measures on March 5 ballot," February 26, 2013
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