Certain Hemet developments will continue to pay special public safety tax

T■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Reporter he Hemet City Council unanimously renewed a 2005 Resolution July 11, which authorizes the levy of a special tax in Community Facilities District No. 2005-1 for public safety. The agenda item was not pulled for comment or questions by anyone from the public, city staff or council. The tax is expected to pull in just over half a million dollars annually. This tax is in addition to the 1 percent general fund sales tax, Measure U, passed in Nov 2016 by voters residing in the city limits of Hemet. The staff report states, “It is recommended that the City Council acting in its capacity as

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