Prop. 19 Could Shake Up Residential Actual Estate

When it comes to taxes and household actual estate, Proposition 19 presents a give-and-take solution.



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On just one hand, it could advantage owners around the age of 55 who want to go and consider their present-day property tax foundation with them. Prop. 19 would allow for older homeowners to do this up to a few periods and if they order a a lot more pricey household, they’d only fork out for the upward adjustment.

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But it really is the flip side of Prop. 19 increasing the most controversy.

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Below latest regulation, you inherit the very same residence tax foundation on properties passed down by family members.

Below Prop. 19, people taxes would be adjusted to current market charge if you will not hold the inherited household as

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Millennial Moms Have Been Driven To Their Breaking Point

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last spring, Shannon, a 28-year-old single mom, says her life was thrown into chaos. Shannon is a psychiatric nurse who, prior to the pandemic, worked the night shift. She slept during the day while her second-grader went to school, and lived with a roommate who was around if her son woke up at night.

When the first cases of the virus surfaced in her home state of Wisconsin, Shannon was immediately transferred to her hospital’s COVID-19 wing, which terrified her. No one knew then how deadly the virus might be for children. She dreaded bringing it home and making her son sick.

(All of the moms interviewed for this piece asked to use their first names so they could candidly discuss personal details about work and family members’ health.)

And then schools closed for in-person learning. Shannon had to cut back her hours almost completely,

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23 top-rated things at Amazon that make working from home more enjoyable

Anything to make this new normal a little easier is a win.
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With most of us working from home for the past year (yes, it’s really been that long), we’ve all experienced common problems: straining our wrists while clutching our mousepad, neck pain from bending down over a small computer, loud noises from our roommates, not having enough outlet space among, and the like.

But, you can easily fix these problems with a few additions to your already full cart on Amazon (don’t worry, I’m guilty too!). Things like a new desk chair, a pair of noise-canceling headphones, and an ergonomic mouse pad can make a massive difference when added to your working from home setup—even if it’s just an addition of a lap desk for your bed.

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EXCLUSIVE: Mobile home park where 1 person died was supposed to be shut down in January, state documents show

FRESNO, California (KGPE) – A Fresno mobile home park where one person died and another was injured in a fire Thursday night was supposed to be shut down in January.

State documents show that the permit for the site, the Trails End Mobile Home Park in the area of Sierra and Blackstone avenues in north Fresno, was revoked due to unsanitary and substandard conditions. Neighbors add that the code violations were overlooked for years.

The California Department of Housing and Community Development confirmed that the park owner was given notice to shut down on Jan. 21 because of safety concerns and code violations. However, the site remains operational, and residents continue to live there in sub-standard conditions.

HCD received and investigated complaints of unsanitary and substandard conditions within the park. Since then HCD has issued Notices of Violations, however the park owner has not been responsive.  Under these circumstances, HCD

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Cuomo acknowledges withholding New York nursing home pandemic death toll from lawmakers, public

By Rich McKay

(Reuters) – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo acknowledged on Monday that his office should not have withheld data on COVID-19 nursing home deaths from state lawmakers, the public and press – falling short of an apology a senior aide made to lawmakers last week.

Cuomo said at a press conference that “lessons were learned’ in not releasing the data and that things “should have been done differently.”

“The last thing I wanted to do was aggravate a terrible situation,” said Cuomo, a third-term Democrat. “There were people’s requests, press requests that were not answered in a timely manner.”

More than 15,000 people have died in New York state’s nursing homes and long term care facilities from COVID-19, but as recently as last month, the state reported only 8,500 deaths.

The numbers, while accounted for in the full state death totals to the state, were not ascribed to

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