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CRIPPLED WITH TAXES? SENIORS MAY APPLY FOR SCHOOL AND LIBRARY PARCEL TAX EXEMPTIONS
Dec28

CRIPPLED WITH TAXES? SENIORS MAY APPLY FOR SCHOOL AND LIBRARY PARCEL TAX EXEMPTIONS

As a Real Estate Professional, I see firsthand how the middle-class and our seniors are struggling to hold onto their homes in Marin County. Many homeowners are being financially crippled with the escalating Marin County Real Estates Taxes. There seems to be no end in sight with this “tax and spend mentality” of our local and city governments and our incompetent politicians.  Residents are moving out of our county and out...

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Public Engagement –  Rearranging the Kingdom at City Hall
Dec20

Public Engagement –  Rearranging the Kingdom at City Hall

If Novato’s City Council is sincerely serious about improving communications and transparency with its residents, an organizational seismic shift is required. The present City Public Communications group should be removed from being directly controlled by the City Manager, be redesignated as the Office of Public Engagement & Information, and be charged with reporting to and responsible to only the City Council. Its portfolio would...

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Cal Fire “Fee” Tax Another Money Grab from the State!

Most of us living in the unincorporated areas of Marin County have been assessed a Fire Tax which is called a “Fee.” We were not able to vote on this tax because our state wanted another money grab because of their fiscal irresponsibility.  Indian Valley, Wild Horse Valley and the Atherton Areas of Novato are already covered by The Novato Fire Dept. through our high real estate taxes. We also pay a tremendous amount of...

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Stop That Barking Dog in the Night – Thank You Babylon
Dec12

Stop That Barking Dog in the Night – Thank You Babylon

Trying to silence a neighbor’s (whom you like) barking dog is a tough row to hoe. Like so many daily irritants you either learn to live with it, broach the issue delicately with your neighbor, or embark on a socially perilous journey into the world of local by-laws and “regulations”. Most of us are uncomfortable confronting the dog’s owner face-to-face in part because we could potentially suffer a “loss of face” when told to “mind...

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