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Local government finances since Proposition 13

Helen C. Paik

Local government finances since Proposition 13

an historical primer

by Helen C. Paik

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Published by California Research Bureau, California State Library in Sacramento, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California.
    • Subjects:
    • Local finance -- California.,
    • Local revenue -- California.,
    • Real property tax -- California.,
    • Tax and expenditure limitations -- California.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Helen C. Paik.
      SeriesIssue summary ;, CRB-IS-95-007
      ContributionsCalifornia State Library. California Research Bureau.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHJ9203 .P34 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 leaves :
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL632111M
      LC Control Number96620077
      OCLC/WorldCa34131707

      Over the last several decades since Proposition 13 (), the state has shifted property tax revenues, For more information, see Multari, Coleman, Hampian and Statler, Guide to Local Government Finance in California, Solano Press Books, Questions, comments, improvements? Michael Coleman [email protected] Since the state has played a significant role in local government finance. The outcome was predictable. With reduced resources for local services and a state surplus of over $4 billion, a fiscal relief plan was adopted that replaced about two-thirds of the property tax lost by local .

      Get this from a library! A Study of the local government impacts of Proposition a report for the governor and the legislature as required by Government Code Section [California. Department of Finance. Program Evaluation Unit.;].   A proposed change to California’s sacrosanct Proposition 13 that seeks to raise $12 billion annually for schools and local government was .

      STATE-LOCAL BALANCE OF POWER AFTER PROPOSITION 13 3 State Bail-Out Legislation Establishes a Fiduciary Relationship 3 ERAF Ends the State Government’s Fiduciary Relationship 5 School Finance and the State-Local Relationship 6 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS SINCE PROPOSITION 13 9 County Finance Since Proposition 13 13 Cities After Proposition 13 The Economist argued in that "for all its small government pretensions, Proposition 13 ended up centralizing California's finances, shifting them from local to state government." [47] Resultant planning changes, cost or degradation of services, new fees [ edit ].


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Local government finances since Proposition 13 by Helen C. Paik Download PDF EPUB FB2

Local government finances since Proposition Sacramento, CA: California Research Bureau, California State Library, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Helen C Paik; California State Library.

California Research Bureau. Informing and improving public policy through independent, objective, nonpartisan research. Local government revenue & expenditures since Proposition Sacramento, Calif. ( J St., RoomSacramento ): California Research Bureau, California State Library, [] (OCoLC) The book is conveniently structured, essentially beginning with Proposition 13 (the people’s fight against outlandish property taxes) and ending with Proposition 30 (the people’s support for a higher sales tax and income tax of the wealthy).

The suggestion might be /5(20). The Municipal Money Chase book. The Politics Of Local Government Finance. including California’s Proposition They also study the effect of community development grants on local decisionmaking structures and the impact of urban congressional representatives on the allocation of federal grants.

Their presentation is aimed especially Cited by: 6. Ever since its passage inProposition 13 has starved California’s schools and local governments of funding. While the measure was pitched as a way to keep individual homeowners from being buried by taxes, the real beneficiaries of Prop.

13 were not elderly folks or other vulnerable groups struggling to hang on to their homes, but super rich corporate property holders. Patterns in California Government Revenues Since Proposition 13 This sensitivity of local government finance to state policy actions is the subject of this report by research fellow Michael Author: Michael Shires.

This measure aims to do what liberal politicians and activists have sought since the landmark Proposition 13 property tax limits passed in Author: Thomas Elias. [1] Since Proposition 13’s enactment in the late’s, all California real estate has been taxed under an acquisition value system. California City - State Gives and Takes Since Proposition 13 ().

An accounting of state general revenue gives and takes to/from cities since in table and chart form. (PDF) Overview of State Assistance to Local Governments Since Proposition 13 Assembly Local Government Committee, California State Legislature A detailed description.

Proposition 13 and AB 8 generated two important outcomes. First, the property tax is no longer a local tax. Proposition 13 sets the rate and base; AB 8Ña state lawÑallocates who gets the receipts. The amount of property tax received by a local agency is a function of its relative share of property tax levied prior to Proposition government responses to the latest phase of California’s post-Proposition 13 state-local fiscal regime.

Five jurisdictions were examined, representing three forms of local government that vary. addressing such issues as the fragmentation of local government, long-term trends in county finances, patterns in state and local government revenues, and the consequences of the ’s recession on property valuations under Proposition In addition, a recent PPIC book by Mark Baldassare examines in great detail the bankruptcy of Orange.

This sensitivity of local government finance to state policy actions is the subject of this report by research fellow Michael Shires. The study examines how the fiscal relationship between state and local governments has changed sincewhen Proposition 13.

OVERVIEW OF STATE ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS SINCE PROPOSITION 13 A Report Prepared by Staff of the ASSEMBLY LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE With the Assistance of Assembly Office of Research Assembly Revenue & Taxation Committee Assembly Ways & Means Committee DOMINIC L.

CORTESE Chairman February No. Legislature. Assembly. Committee on Local Government. Overview of state assistance to local governments since Proposition Sacramento, CA ( State Capitol, Sacramento ): Purchased from the Assembly Publications Office, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication.

Under SBa local government's share of the property tax was based on the share of the property tax going to that local government before Proposition AB 8, enacted inprovides a methodology, whereby, the increase or decrease in a local governments share of the property tax is based on increase/decrease in property values in that.

Proposition 62 and Utility Users Taxes. The decisions in Santa Clara County Local Transportation Authority v. Guardino, 11 Cal.4th (), and Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association v. City of La Habra, 25 Cal.4th (), answered most questions regarding Proposition 62 adversely to the taxing power of local governments, holding that voter.

California city and county user charges: change and efficiency since Proposition 13 Author: Lloyd J Mercer ; W Douglas Morgan ; Elizabeth Joyce Clingman ; California Policy Seminar.

Legislation Implementing Proposition 13", published by the Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee 1 J Long-term Local Government Finance--AB 8 Inthe Legislature enacted a permanent system of post-Proposition 13 local government finance, thereby bringing to an end state "bailout" of local agencies.

AB 8. Since property taxes are the primary source of revenue for local governments, the book compares and contrasts the experiences of several states with regard to the evolution of local government following property tax limitations.

Finally, the book considers alternatives for reform and lessons to avoid future tax conflicts of this by: The California Schools and Local community Funding Act of — the initiative proposal for a split-roll property tax — has been qualified for the November ballot by labor unions and advocacy groups to repeal parts of Prop 13 and increase taxes on business properties, with .Property tax revolts have occurred both in the United States and abroad.

This book examines the causes and consequences of property tax revolts, focusing on California's experience with Proposition New theoretical approaches and evidence from a comprehensive empirical study are used to highlight the equity and efficiency of property tax systems.