This fall, homeowners in state-managed fire zones will owe Sacramento another $150 every year without receiving any new services, even if they are already protected by local fire districts. That’s because a new bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last summer will attempt to recoup funding from massive budget cuts made to CalFire, the state’s firefighting agency.
California Tacking On $150 per Parcel Fee for Property Owners in Fire Zones
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