|RECENT CALIFORNIA DECISIONS|
Municipality May Not Impose a Flat Fee on Water, Refuse, or Sewer Utilities under Proposition 218
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Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association v. City of Roseville
The Third District Court of Appeal held that a municipality violates Proposition 218 when it imposes an in-lieu fee for the provision of water, sewer, and refuse services not reasonably related to the purpose of providing that service.
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Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assoc. v. City of Roseville