Shall Chino Valley Unified School District Community Facilities District No. 3 (the “District”) levy a special tax in accordance with a rate and method of apportionment as provided in the Resolution of Formation adopted by the Chino Unified School District on June 26, 1995 (the “Resolution of Formation”), to pay for all or a portion of the financing, design, construction, installation, rehabilitation and acquisition of certain school facilities, including repayment of existing indebtedness and the extinguishment of other special tax liens, which school facilities described as elementary, junior and high school buildings and facilities for grade kindergarten through twelve, including equipment and furnishing therefor, or as authorized by the State Building Program District or a public agency is authorized by law to contribute revenue to or to construct, own or operate, and shall the District issue and sell special tax bonds in a principal amount not to exceed $9 million and/or incur other types of indebtedness to be secured by the special taxes, with interest at a rate or rates not to exceed the maximum interest permitted by law, the proceeds of which will be used with the Facilities or the creation or replenishment of any necessary reserve funds? (Proposition A, 6/26/1995.)
For initial fiscal year 1995-96, the maximum special tax is: $650 per single-family residential unit and $485 per multi-family residential unit.
Mello-Roos Special Tax
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Community Facilities District No. 10
Etiwanda Elementary School District
Shall a special tax with a rate and method of apportionment as provided in the Resolution of Formation be levied to pay for all authorized costs and expenses of Community Facilities District No. 10 of the Etiwanda School District, including, but not limited to, indebtedness or direct costs of Facilities, creation and replenishment of reserves, actual and anticipated delinquencies, accumulation of funds for future debt service, and all costs of administering the levy and collection of the special tax? (Proposition B, 9/15/2006.) (Note: Several areas have been annexed into the CFD since its formation.)
For initial fiscal year 2006-07, the maximum special tax $670-$1,800 per parcel, depending on the land-use classification and special tax assignment. For detailed tax rate information, refer to the rate and apportionment method.
Commercial or industrial property, public property and property exempt from general ad valorem property tax are exempt from the special tax.