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DISASTER RELIEF FOR SHOCKEY FIRE SURVIVORS: TIPS FROM THE TAX ASSESSOR

October 4, 2012 (San Diego) – County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk Ernest Dronenburg wishes to advise all property owners whose property was damaged or destroyed during the recent Shockey Fire that property tax relief is available. This tax relief program requires the reassessment of the property to reflect its damaged condition. The reduced value will remain in effect until such time as the property is rebuilt or repaired.

CAL FIRE SUBMITS PROPOSAL TO TAKEOVER FIRE SERVICES FOR SAN MIGUEL FIRE DISTRICT

 
March 26, 2012 (Spring Valley) –Cal Fire has submitted a request for proposal (RFP)to San Miguel Fire Protection District, the only agency to do so by yesterday’s deadline.
 
A committee appointed by the District will begin reviewing the proposal March 26 to assure that it meets minimum standards, or metrics, previously determined. The review committee will present its findings to the San Miguel Fire District Board at a March 28 meeting.

 

FROM THE REAL ESTATE TRENCHES: FEBRUARY 8, 2012

By Charlotte Reed, Realtor

Real estate is my business...my only business.
 
A weekly column that focuses on Real Estate news that will have an impact on buyers and sellers of real estate in San Diego East County.
 
February 8, 2012 (San Diego’s East County)--In this week's column:
 
  • Installation of local Realtor officers and directors
  • Title information outsourcing
  • Another lawsuit for B of A and other big banks 

ALPINE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT APPROVES PENSION CHANGES FOR ITS FIREFIGHTERS

 
January 2, 2012 (Alpine)--The Alpine Fire Protection District has approved pension changes with the Alpine Fire Fighters Association. After months of negotiations, at a Board meeting on December 20, 2011 both sides agreed to a contract extension that makes changes to the pensions of current and future Firefighters employed with the District. All employees of the Alpine Fire District are members of the CalPERS retirement system.

 

STUDY SHOWS COSTS TO SAN DIEGO NEIGHBORHOODS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS CAUSED BY FORECLOSURES

 

July 16, 2011 (San Diego) -- Home foreclosures in the City of San Diego are costing local governments hundreds of millions of dollars, in addition to billions lost by neighboring homeowners, a study by the Center on Policy Initiatives shows.  

The report, Foreclosure: the Cost Communities Pay, projects almost 57,000 foreclosures in San Diego over five years, and recommends the City take action to hold banks accountable for the resulting costs.

FILING PERIOD OPEN FOR PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENT APPEALS

Public Can Submit Applications from July 2 to Nov. 30

July 1, 2011 (San Diego County) -- Residents and business owners who disagree with their property tax assessments for the 2011-2012 year may file an application to appeal it between July 2 and Nov. 30, said Thomas J. Pastuszka, Cleerk of the County Assessment Appeals Boards today.

Applications and information booklets are available on the County’s web site: http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/cob/aab/index.html. Residents may also pick them up and speak with staff at the Clerk of the Board Office in the County Administration Center, 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 402.

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