Council OK’s Study to Tax Rental Units $55 a Year

August 20, 2007

The city, under the auspices of health and welfare, are working to tax each and every rental unit (home or apartment unit) $55/year. 

The revenue generated by this tax will be estimated at $350,000 per year. 

It was stated by Mike Haack, director of Community Development, that the revenue would cover the cost of two full time employees’ and one part time employee with roughly $48,000 of revenue generated from the program for every year.  Additionally, the owner will be required to allow the city to enter the dwelling and inspect it every three years, regardless whether it is a residential home or apartment.

At the same meeting, council voted to approve an amnesty program by building permit violators.

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City is Paying $$Millions$$ to Settle with Nude Juice Bar

August 20, 2007

On a hot night in La Habra, you know, when the air conditioning isn’t working and you gotta have some citrus drink to quench your thirst, you could just cruz on over to the buck-naked juice bar, Taboo, and have a $15 cup of grapefruit juice served to you by a buck-naked woman….WHOA, hang on there, you mean LH had one of those joints in town?

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