With $1.4 Billion in Infrastructure Needs, La County Fire May Place Parcel Tax Before Voters


With $1.4 Billion in Infrastructure Needs, La County Fire May Place Parcel Tax Before Voters

2019-10-18T12:36:47-07:00October 18th, 2019|Advocacy|

Facing $1.4 billion in necessary infrastructure upgrades, the Los Angeles County Fire Department may place a parcel tax before county voters on the March 2020 ballot.

County fire can not fund its $1.4 billion in infrastructure needs, said Debra Aguirre, the department’s chief of staff. Voters last approved a parcel tax brought forth by county fire in 1997, which expired in 2017. An effort to extend it that same year failed.

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