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Latest News for Hacienda Heights (Unincorporated County Area), CA

Calabasas businesses will no longer have to pay county license fee
theacorn.com Calabasas, CA
June 20, 2014
officials have voted to rescind a little-known county business licensing fee that the city had forgotten about. The annual savings to local businesses will be about $21,000 a year. At a meeting June 11, City Council members said they were surprised to learn that businesses in the city were paying for a license issued by the county. Former Councilmember Dennis Washburn said he had no idea the fee had been collected from certain businesses for the past 23 years. It was never the city’s intention to charge for a business license, he said, urging officials to revoke the county requirement. An oversight When Calabasas was founded in 1991, the city adopted the L.A. County codes, which specified a license fee requirement for some businesses, including gas stations, valet and...  Read More