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Free CSCDA Webinar on Benefits of the Delinquent Property Tax Funding Program

September 9, 2013
The California Statewide Communities Development Authority (CSCDA) is hosting a free Delinquent Property Tax Funding Program webinar on Oct. 1 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
 
The presentation will provide an overview of the Delinquent Property Tax Funding Program and discuss how it can benefit cities, special tax districts, and taxpayers. The presenters include Scott Carper, CSCDA; William Dahms, Ph.D. Consultant, Tower Capital Management, LLC; Robert Owen, J.D., Attorney, Tower Capital Management, LLC.
 
CSCDA enables cities and districts that do not participate in a county Teeter plan to sell or assign their share of their county's delinquent one percent levy taxes to CSCDA. Similarly, community facilities and special assessment districts can take advantage of the program by selling or assigning their delinquencies to CSCDA. Cities and districts that participate in a Teeter plan, but have non-Teetered special tax or fund delinquencies, may also use the program.
 
Register online.
 
CSCDA is jointly sponsored by the League of California Cities and the California State Association of Counties. Questions about the Delinquent Property Tax Funding Program or webinar may be directed to Scott Carper at (925) 765-8525 or scarper@cacommunities.org.


 
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