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Public Notice Draft Initial Study Appendix A – Environmental Checklist Form Appendix B – Air Quality Impact Analysis Appendix C – Biological Assessment Appendix D – Archaeological Resources Assessment Appendix E – Preliminary Geotechnical Evaluation Appendix F – Water Quality Management Plan Appendix G – Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Appendix H – Noise Impact […]
Action sports retailer opens in Town Center
As part of Aliso Viejo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its roadways, the City will begin slurry seal work on Monday, April 6 throughout different parts of the City. The slurry seal work is expected to be finished within two weeks. Access to residential communities may be impacted at times throughout the project due to expected […]
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This Mello-Roos District was formed in 2005 to pay for infrastructure improvements and public facilities that benefit the district. In November 2007, the City issued $34,070,000 in Special Tax Bonds that were to be paid in full by 2038. Since the issuance of the original bonds, several market conditions turned more favorable and allowed the […]
This Mello-Roos District was formed in 1987 to pay for new school facilities. It is managed by the school district and was originally scheduled to be paid in full in 2020. In January 2014, Capistrano Unified trustees announced the remaining bond debt would be prepaid in 2016, thereafter eliminating these special taxes for homeowners within […]
This Mello-Roos District was formed in 1988 to pay for various public facilities including police and fire, utilities, and roads. It is managed by the County of Orange and was originally scheduled to be paid in full in 2018. However, the bonds were prepaid in 2014, eliminating these special taxes for homeowners within the district. […]
Q: What are all of these charges on my property tax bill? A: Your property tax bill consists of three separate categories of levies: General Tax Levy, Voter Approved Indebtedness, and Direct/Special Assessments. That portion of the bill labeled General Tax Levy is the only amount controlled by Proposition 13. This tax is limited to […]