Violations proposition 218 state law





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Published on Feb 2, 2016

California Constitution Article XIIID section 6 ( proposition 218) provides rules that protect parcel owners from cities that violate state law, but there are no consequences if council members ignore the law. The written notice to the public must contain the basis for the calculated fees. Milpitas did not provide the basis in the written notice to the public when they increase a utility fee. The city did not disclose a $25.5 million dollar thirty year bond at 4.25% interest, that will amount to $45 million when payed for. The city did not disclose $42 million in Capital improvement programs. The city is spending over $10 million for obtaining ground water. The service for ground water will not be provided to most of all the parcel owners but the parcel owners will have to pay for it. I the service (ground water) is not immediately provide to the parcel owners then the city violated section article XIIID section 6 b 4.
Milpitas has the highest sewage fees, $90.27 bimonthly fee and now the highest water fees in July of $6.43.

If you have questions email marini4mayor@yahoo.com


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