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LA Voters Could Get A Chance To Weigh In On Vacancy Tax

A post on a street light in Boyle Heights listing rooms for rent. (Chava Sanchez/LAist)
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Should L.A.’s tens of thousands of vacant properties be taxed?

Voters could get a chance to weigh in this November, following a move by the city council today that’s modeled after a similar measure in Oakland.

Reporter Aaron Mendelson covered the event.


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