JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT APPLIES TAXES TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT APPLIES TAXES TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

JOSHUA BASIN WATER DISTRICT APPLIES TAXES TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
At last night’s meeting of the Joshua Basin Water District the Board voted to comply with state law by applying its property tax to four local government agencies which bought land after 1996. That law requires the water district annually charge Hi-Desert Medical Center $30, Morongo Basin Transit Authority $450, and Twentynine Palms Water District $1,400 for land they purchased within Joshua Basin boundaries after 1996. In addition, the new Joshua Tree Elementary School will be charged almost $1,200 annually. All of these properties paid the standby charge when they were in private ownership before being purchased by the agencies. This action does not affect any of the properties owned by those agencies before 1996. Thanks to general manager Joe Guzzetta for his assistance in the report.

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