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1901, 2023

Interview: We Talk with L.A. County Assessor Jeff Prang about Proposition 19

By |January 19th, 2023|

In November of 2020, California voters approved Proposition 19, a measure that would let homeowners aged 55 and up purchase a new home but retain the property tax level they were paying in the previous home. It also caps the amount of inherited real estate wealth children can benefit from before the property taxes of an inherited home could be increased through re-assessment. That second tenet has in particular met with some controversy and confusion. We sat down with Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang to discuss Proposition 19 and get a better handle on it.

912, 2022

Supervisor Lindsey Horvath Swearing-In: Her Full Remarks

By |December 9th, 2022|

The following remarks were made by new 3rd District Supervisor Lindsey Horvath after she was sworn into office this past Monday, December 5. "When Los Angeles County first came to be, before it had any city councils or Mayors, before its first freeway or train track – It had a County Board of Supervisors. When those first five men assumed office, our State had only two years in the Union, and our county had 15 cows for every person.

2710, 2022

Hertzberg’s Big Funders Get Ugly in Supervisor’s Race

By |October 27th, 2022|

The race to succeed Sheila Kuehl as the 3rd District County Supervisor (Westside, the Valley) has taken a nasty turn with a hit piece landing in mailboxes sent from supporters of State Senator Bob Hertzberg. The mailer tries to tie his opponent, West Hollywood Councilmember Lindsey Horvath, to her Republican past as a teen, prior to her political conversion.

Interview: We Talk with L.A. County Assessor Jeff Prang about Proposition 19

By |January 19th, 2023|

In November of 2020, California voters approved Proposition 19, a measure that would let homeowners aged 55 and up purchase a new home but retain the property tax level they were paying in the previous home. It also caps the amount of inherited real estate wealth children can benefit from before the property taxes of an inherited home could be increased through re-assessment. That second tenet has in particular met with some controversy and confusion. We sat down with Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang to discuss Proposition 19 and get a better handle on it.

Supervisor Lindsey Horvath Swearing-In: Her Full Remarks

By |December 9th, 2022|

The following remarks were made by new 3rd District Supervisor Lindsey Horvath after she was sworn into office this past Monday, December 5. "When Los Angeles County first came to be, before it had any city councils or Mayors, before its first freeway or train track – It had a County Board of Supervisors. When those first five men assumed office, our State had only two years in the Union, and our county had 15 cows for every person.

Hertzberg’s Big Funders Get Ugly in Supervisor’s Race

By |October 27th, 2022|

The race to succeed Sheila Kuehl as the 3rd District County Supervisor (Westside, the Valley) has taken a nasty turn with a hit piece landing in mailboxes sent from supporters of State Senator Bob Hertzberg. The mailer tries to tie his opponent, West Hollywood Councilmember Lindsey Horvath, to her Republican past as a teen, prior to her political conversion.

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