Dan Walters: Supreme Court makes local tax hikes easier

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Napa Valley Register
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The California Supreme Court is making it easier to enact specialized local taxes, which could erode budgetary authority of elected officials, columnist Dan Walters says.
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Around Kings County: Cotton industry falters

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Hanford Sentinel
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Kings cotton acreage declines — industry asks for help. Kings County is still 'King of Cotton' but the crown is not so shiny this year. Final numbers for the 2020 season show th
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State approves new treatment method for removing nitrate from groundwater

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YAHOO!
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An innovative process that uses naturally occurring bacteria to remove nitrate from contaminated groundwater has received approval from California's State Water Board as a treatment method.
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Editorial: Ridgefield’s wetlands board is protecting water

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The Ridgefield Press
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An editorial argues that tightening of protections for water resources by the Inland Wetlands Board is what voters wanted, and future generations need.
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Upland Software to Launch Global Cloud-Based Document Management Solution for HP Workpath

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The Herald-Standard
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Upland Software (Nasdaq: UPLD) and HP Inc. announced plans to bring Upland’s Document Workflow Cloud solutions onto HP Workpath as part of their continued efforts to modernize the flow of information between paper and digital.
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Where I’ve Been Getting Takeout of Late, Part 8

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Food Gal
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The big advantage to this is that your roll tastes impeccably fresh, as the nori has not yet softened and sogged out, as is the case when you usually get takeout sushi rolls. What’s inside the box. Packed with everything you need from the wasabi and soy sauce to the pickled ginger,
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Walters: Supreme Court making local tax hikes easier

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East Bay Times
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In a roundabout, passive way, the California Supreme Court last week handed a big victory to the advocates of higher taxes. Without comment, the justices declined to take up a state appellate court decision that would allow specialized local government taxes to be increased by a simple majority of voters,
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La Verne & San Dimas Chambers To Host BUSD Candidates Forum

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Patch
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The La Verne and San Dimas Chambers of Commerce will host a virtual forum for the nine candidates running for three open seats on the Bonita Unified School District Board of Education. The forum will be held online via Zoom on Tuesday,
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