Land agency floats property tax hike

MRCA seeks funding for fires, open space


 The property tax bill is chock-full of add-on assessments that allow schools, water districts and fire departments to raise revenue for services.
There could be a new tax on the bill received by property owners that would raise funds for the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority, a public land management agency formed in 1985 to help acquire and protect open space in the region.
Homeowners and landlords in Agoura Hills, Calabasas and Topanga Canyon recently received a survey from...

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