MARTIN SCHRAM: The 'Redskins' problem
Official Washington, most notably Congress, is still away on its extended pre-Labor Day vacation, a fact that hasn't altered the zero-sum rate at which your problems are being solved. But the Real Washington, which has nothing to do with governance, is all a-Twitter over the huge controversy that is dividing our capital city: What, if anything, should we...
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Our View: The editorial opinion of The Californian
A positive for preservation
If you've never heard of the Mills Act before, well, it's better late than never. The four-decades-old state program allows eligible owners of historic buildings to receive a reduction in property taxes in order to make it more fiscally feasible to restore and renovate those structures from bygone eras. Other California communities have entered into Mills...
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