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Cannon Beach aims to ask voters for new City Hall in May bond proposal

The City Council wants to ask voters in May to approve a bond that would pay for a new City Hall. In a work session last week, city councilors shared their vision of what they would like to see: More ... read more

FUSD wants voter OK in November for new $75 million bond

Voters will see a request for a new $75 million bond issue and ... in recent years to hiring more teachers in an effort to hold down class sizes and support non-core curriculum courses and activities. ... read more

Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day

This is me. This is something I like to do. It may not be so thrilling for others, and that’s OK. I’m not sure if it’s age, or the ability to listen to my “wise self” these days, but I’m grateful that ... read more

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California Wants to Tax Gun Sales to Pay Therapists to Watch for School Shooters

Health professionals evaluated him again in 2015 after he posted Snapchat videos in which he cut himself and announced his intention to buy a gun. Neither examination ... police officers funded by the ... read more


Parcel taxes in the San Francisco area

These taxes will show below the line on your property tax bill ... usually no vote of support by the residents has been made or planned. OK , since I started with “Parcel Tax Relief,” you may logicall... read more

Props 423, 424 ask voters for $75 million bond, override for FUSD

Voters will see ... Prop 423 is a bond measure that would allow FUSD to take out a $75 million loan to support the district's capital projects, and Prop 424 is an override that would extend the curren... read more

The Coming Bond Market Crash: The Three Moves Every Investor Must Make

Since last November, the U.S. Federal Reserve has been buying U.S. Treasury bonds at a rate of about $75 billion a month. That's part of Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke's "QE2" program, under which the c... read more

Those tax 'loopholes' were created for a reason

Others demanded to know how I could claim that America was doing OK, when not ... sort of perpetual property rights. Just ask someone who has spent time trying to persuade the state of New York that n... read more

Circle These Dates on Your 2018 Family Financial Calendar

OK, it's January ... And then Election Day, for the mid-term elections, is Nov. 6, 2018. That may not sound like something that belongs on family financial calendar – unless you're voting on anything ... read more

Despite lower mill rate, property taxes expected to go up

“The average person will see property tax increases, but they won’t be as large as the change in their property values.” At a May 11 Finance Committee meeting, the Assembly decided, with a split vote ... read more

Your Right to Free Speech, Like My Right to Self-Defense, Isn’t Open to Debate

Where this lands us is that even if today's protesters get their way and legislators vote to impose restrictions on gun ownership ... specifically committed to self-defense rights or who more broadly ... read more

Cannon Beach could ask voters for new City Hall in May bond

CANNON BEACH — The City Council wants to ask voters in May to approve a bond that would pay for a new City Hall. In a work session last week, city councilors shared their vision of what they would lik... read more



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