Berkeley losing ‘millions’ in cash revenue annually basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data

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The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.

The city of Berkeley is allegedly losing millions of dollars each year due to basing parcel taxes on inaccurate data until voters amend the calculation process via special election or the city takes unprecedented action.
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Here’s who you should vote for in the Berkeley Rent Stabilization Board election

CITY AFFAIRS: In the upcoming November election, Berkeley voters will elect new commissioners to the Rent Stabilization Board. Here's our take.

Berkeley is in the midst of a dire housing crisis, and now more than ever, the city’s Rent Stabilization Board has an incredibly important role to play in regulating rents and protecting tenants’ rights. This November, Berkeley voters have the opportunity to elect five new commissioners to the board. Berkeley needs commissioners who are going to fight for tenants’ rights. And those candidates are Alpert, Chang, Laverde, Poblet and Selawsky.
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