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Latest News for Lake Hughes (Unincorporated County Area), CA

Morro Bay Business Owners Could Get Grace Period for License Violations
TheTribuneNews.com Morro Bay, CA
October 31, 2014

The Morro Bay City Council voted Tuesday to recommend amnesty in the form of an ordinance change that will save business owners in violation of business licensing policies from having to pay penalties.

In a 4-0 vote, the council recommended allowing a 90-day grace period to businesses so they can meet licensing requirements.

And if they do, any penalties would be waived, though business owners would still be required to pay back taxes on business licenses.

City officials estimate that Morro Bay has lost about $200,000 in revenue per year in business license taxes — about 2 percent of the city’s general fund.

An audit conducted for the council expects the city to recoup about $1 million in unpaid taxes and penalties, Buckingham said. With a penalty waiver,...  Read More