The Alameda City Council voted, 4-1, Wednesday to call a special election on April 9 after certification of […]
Measure T would double Hayward’s existing real property transfer tax from $4.50 per $1,000 of property value on residential and commercial buildings to $8.50.
Daysog filed his own lawsuit against the city last June to remove the council-approved ballot question for the landlord-backed rent stabilization charter amendment measure this fall.
The county’s polling for another Measure A provided little certainty that it might be successful in November
The proposed Real Property Transfer Tax would add roughly $2,000 to the price of $500,000 property, the city said.
Lawsuit filed in Alameda County Superior Court is asking for an injunction to block the council-approved ballot question from appearing on the Nov. ballot