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Mello Roos Presentation - at Oct 15th Annual Meeting


Mello Roos Presentation

You should all have been notified of the Mello Roos special assessments we pay in our taxes when you purchased your homes. You can find these assessments labeled as CFD’s 1, 2, and 3 on your county tax bill. But do you know what they are specifically for? Are you aware that these special assessments are in addition to the regular tax rate paid by all Roseville citizens? Are you aware that ‘special assessments’ are supposedly not tax deductible like your regular county taxes although they are for the same type of services provided through regular county taxes? Are you aware of the duration of these assessments? CFD #1 may go until the year 2050; and CFD #2 and CFD #3 are permanent assessments.

Mayor Susan Rohan has arranged to have representatives from the City of Roseville attend the October 15, 2013, WFFNA annual meeting to answer any questions you might wish to submit. Please submit your questions to MelloRoos@WFFNA.org by Noon of Friday, September 20. Your questions will then be compiled and sent to the City for research to present responses and possible handouts to your inquiries.

If you want to research further before submitting your questions, you may find the full background of the assessments on the City’s Finance website -- query for CFD Mello Roos assessments.

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