ONN – Vote For Oakland Measure Q 2020 Parcel Tax Don’t Buy Garbage That Rents Will Rise
Please vote for the Oakland Measure Q 2020 Parcel Tax. It will provide additional revenue to help the City of Oakland cope with the less-than-stellar conditions of the Oakland parks system due to the giant homeless problem we face.
The idea that rents will increase if Oakland Measure Q 2020 Parcel Tax passes is just not true. It’s $148 per single family home parcel and 101 per residential apartment unit. For apartments, that’s $8.416 per month, per unit. Landlord’s can’t pass that on on a 1-to-1 basis due to Oakland’s powerful rent control ordinance. Also, low income residents can file to have the tax waved.
Vote for Oakland Measure Q 2020 Parcel Tax.
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