San Benito

City of Hollister

Description:

Shall the City Council of the City of Hollister be authorized to levy a special tax to pay for police protection services to protect and safeguard life and property and fire protection and suppression services, including obtaining, furnishing, operating and maintaining fire suppression and police equipment or apparatus and the payment of salaries and benefits of firefighting and police personnel, or both, to the extent that they are in addition to those provided in the territory proposed to be annexed to Community Facilities District No. 2, all as specified in its Resolution No. 2002-257; and shall the appropriations limits for Community Facilities District No.2 for Fiscal Year 2002-03 be set at $1,773,000. (Note: In fiscal year 2012-13, the city received $855,218 for all three Community Facilities Districts.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2002-03, a maximum special tax of $250 may be levied on each parcel. The tax may be increased annually to account for inflation.

Exemptions:

Undeveloped property is exempt.

Uniformity:

Uniform

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

100

Effective Date

7/1/2002

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

City of Hollister

Description:

(Note: The City of Hollister was unable to provide copies of the city's special tax documents. In fiscal year 2012-13, the city received $855,218 for its three Community Facilities Districts.)

Rate:

Unavailable

Exemptions:

Unavailable

Uniformity:

Unavailable

Levy Type:

Mello-Roos Special Tax

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

Unavailable

Sunset Date

Unavailable

Election Date:

Unavailable

More Information:

San Benito County Service Area No. 36 (Advanced Life Support)

Description:

To recommend to the Board of Supervisors (Board) that the Board establish a county wide Paramedic Emergency Medical Services Program which will initially cost $350,000 annually, to pay for the program by a combination of increased ambulance fees and a reasonable assessment per parcel; to limit the amount of the assessment that the average household will pay to $20.00 or less; to limit the increase in ambulance fees to approximately $200.00; to place a cap on the amount a single owner of multiple, contiguous parcels of certain agricultural or open space lands shall pay? (Measure K, 11/6/1990.)

Rate:

For fiscal year 2013-14, the benefit assessment was set at $14 per benefit unit. The distribution of benefit units includes: single-family residential, 1 unit; apartment, 1 unit; orchards, 1 unit; packing house, 2 units; recreation parcel, 4 units; banks, 4 units; bars, 4 units; bulk plants, 8 units; cannery, 4 units; cold storage, 6 units; manufacturing facilities, 6 units; mines and quarries, 8 units; shopping centers, 7 units; winery, 4 units; and warehouse, 2 units. Other industries are outlined in Measure K.

Exemptions:

The tax levied on multiple, contiguous parcels may be capped.

Uniformity:

Non-Uniform

Levy Type:

Assessment

Vote in Support (%):

Effective Date

7/1/1991

Sunset Date

Indefinite

Election Date:

11/6/1990

More Information:

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