Campbell voters to see street levy on fall ballot
CAMPBELL — City voters will consider a 3-mill additional levy for street paving in November.
City council voted 4-1 tonight to put the levy, which would generate new taxes, on the fall ballot.
Council member Bryan Tedesco cast the dissenting vote. He said he believes a police-and-fire levy that will be up for renewal next year is more important, and he doesn’t want to jeopardize its chances of passing.
The new levy would generate $197,285 a year for five years. A mill generates $1 for every $1,000 of assessed property value.
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