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Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Lawsuit Challenges Stockton’s Use of Water Fee
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Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assoc., et al. v. City of Stockton
The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA) and a former city finance director have filed a lawsuit challenging the City of Stockton’s use of city utility fees to fund the construction of the Stockton Events Center. The lawsuit claims that the use of funds generated from a “fee in lieu of property tax” for projects that are not property-related services is a violation of the California Constitutional Provisions enacted by Proposition 218.
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Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, et al. v. City of Stockton