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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City measures funding Berkeley school district to be voted on in primaries

Three education-related measures will be on the ballot Tuesday — Measures E, H and G — all of which could have a lasting effect on students, teachers and other BUSD staff. With one measure funded by a bond issue and the other two by parcel taxes, these measures could fund everything from basic maintenance to keeping educators from leaving Berkeley for better-paying districts.
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