L.A. council agrees to draft a library tax measure for voters to consider in fall

LA Times – “The Los Angeles City Council voted 9 to 1 on Tuesday to instruct its lawyers to draft a $30-million library tax measure, even as several members voiced doubts about sending it to voters in the Nov. 2 election. Councilman Richard Alarcon questioned whether the measure should be expanded to include park facilities. Meanwhile, Councilwoman Janice Hahn said she was troubled that the city would have to spend $4.2 million to get the property tax hike on the ballot in this year’s state election. “We don’t have the money,” she said.”

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