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June 11, 2014 The Julian News 17 California Commentary "D-Day" Is Also "The" Day For Many Californians by Jon Coupal On June 6th, many across the increase state taxes and, for globe will be remembering the them, a public that wants greater sacrifices made by thousands of participation in decisions on their American, British and Canadian own taxation is unwelcome news. HOMES . LAND RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT VACATION RENTALS www.julian-realestate.com young men who hit the beaches Opposition to Proposition at Normandy to free Europe 13 from specialinterests is from Nazi tyranny Californians understandable,but there will also be celebrating this are average Californians who date because it marks the 36th question how Proposition 13 birthday of the landmark tax benefits them more than a third limiting measure, Proposition 13. of a century after its passage. To Howard Jarvis, Paul Gann them Proposition13 is good news WynolaEstates and the tens of thousands because the landmark measure Well maintained home on 4.11 oak 139Acres of volunteers who made has something for everybody studded, parklike acres in DrestiQious Rugged, remote and private. Three (3) legal parcels, Four (4) approved building sites. Proposition 13 possible would Homeowners benefit because Wynola Estates, easy access/very- low Hiking/Horse trails thru-out. Panoramic views to Pacific Ocean. Includes wild, untouched water rates, rural landscapes. Hunters Camp? .... Artist Retreat?... Personal Shangri-La?... Good water be proud to see that Proposition Proposition 13 makes property area... Needs well. 13's protections against the taxes predictableandstableso Reduced to $4691000 $4991900 avarice of government officials they can budget for taxes and continue year.intact as we move into remain in their homes. This is ;' . . its 37th And Californians, true where the owner bought I today, are still appreciative with their home 25 years ago or last . ' 63 percent of likely votes telling week. . a recent Public Policy InstituteRenters benefit because of California poll that they see Proposition 13 makes property Proposition 13 as a "mostly a taxes predictable and stable Vacant land inI- good thing" compared to only 27 for owners of residential rental Julian Estates percent seeing it as mostly bad. property, and this reduces upward At A Great Price! Ofcourseallofthisdisappoints pressure on rents. Additionally, those on the left, especially the Proposition 13 increases the $991000 Va ntL=and ....... I 5 Acres far left, who view Proposition likelihood that renters, too, will be 're116acres with 850 ft well and septic " slope, well and 13 the way a vampire regards able to experience the American ,oyuuL i electricib/"--- - sunlight. They condemn its Dream of home ownership. $801000 " protections for property owners Business owners, especially = and all taxpayers as detrimental small business owners, benefit = $119,000 to their goals of massive because Proposition 13 makes i 1 el 11 1 spen=no,ncreaseso, proora=s ,ro,ert =xes ,= ,cta=e ,or Available Lanfl ~v~ ~,~;%~,:~2~ ~! ~ ~ ........ ~ !:: 7~ ::~:~::/~ ~5~ i:~i~-, .... , they favor. To them, homeowners businesses, and it helps owners iiiii !!iiii!iii711171ri!!!iliiiiii: 171 Cuyamaca Woods are seen as "rich," business budget and invest in growing their !i;ii 2.SAcres-privacy, view ..... $ 47,000 property owners as "exploiters" businesses. This helps create 1Acre- Gentle slope ........ $ 50,000 and everyday taxpayers: who jobs and improves the economy. 2.5 Acres- Driveway, pad, water meter and chose to vote no on a local Local governments and schools ! view ................... $ 85,000 ballot measure to raise taxes, as benefit because Proposition 13 I I 2.63 Acres - Borders State Park, Private.. "greedy." provides a reliable, stable and ....................... 1 5,000 These radicals must be even growing revenue source. Even Ill - I 8 Acres - Excellent well, seasonal creek, more discomfited at learning when real property values drop "[ fabulous views and privacy .... $110,000 from the above-mentioned PPIC property tax revenues continue ;, _ 139 Acres - Remote, private, three (3) legal survey that 76 percent of voters,to grow. iRU,, " parcels .................. $ 499,900 who because of Proposition 13 Neighborhoods benefit I Oakland Road already have the right to vote onbecause Proposition 13 I . ...... 8+ Acres - Close to town, driveway, pad, new local taxes, want a greater stabilizes neighborhoods -- I approved for 3 Bedroom, terraced for say on new state taxes and residents are no longer driven orchard ................ $ 239,000 spending proposals This populistout by unaffordable tax increases i Ranchita tendency of California voters -- as was pointed out by the ' I 13 Acres - Very usable, leveltomountainous runs counter to the agenda of the U.S. Supreme Court in its 1992 Solar Home - on 9 Level, Usable Acres, . ...................... $ 60,000 tax raisers, who include narrow decision upholding Proposition 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath, 2700 sq. ft. with 2 attached 2 car garages, Barn, RV Pad, Wrap Around I Wynola Estates special interests that thrive 13. Deck, Hot Tub, 2 Zone Heating and Air Conditioning. Many Custom features. Views to 2.5 Acres - Large Oaks with water meter, off government spending, and All taxpayers benefit becausePacific Ocean approved grading plan, approved septic government employee unions. To Proposition 13 guarantees their 7851000 layout, House plansincluded... $149,000 make it easier to wring more from right to vote on new local taxes taxpayers -- who are already So, after 36 years, perhaps we paying the highest marginalcancelebratenotonlyProposition income tax rates, highest state 13s passage, but also the fact sales tax, highest gasoline tax that increasing numbers of and even with Proposition 13 in Californians understand how it -- Weekly SUDOKU -- place rankinthetopthirdinall reflects goodtaxpolicyandwhy ...... ........... 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