County Offers Tax Break on Properties Affected By Mt. Soledad Slide

Mowad, Michelle
October 2007
San Diego Business Journal;10/15/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 42, p33
The article reports on the eligibility of residents affected by the landslide on Mount Soledad Road in La Jolla, San Diego, California for property tax relief, according to local representatives. The representatives said that the county will assist residents in filing property tax reassessment forms. If relief is granted, the assessor's office will determine a reduced value that will remain in effect until the property is rebuilt or repaired.


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