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21772RE: YOUR ROSSMOOR Dollar Clubhouse or Museum?

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  • diane guilfoy
    Jan 21, 2013
      Dick is correct on coupon costs.  As to property taxes, they could possibly go down on that parcel with a historic designation, according to Warren.
      Diane Guilfoy

      To: yourrossmoor@yahoogroups.com
      From: dick@...
      Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 14:28:16 -0600
      Subject: Re: YOUR ROSSMOOR Dollar Clubhouse or Museum?

      The coupon is only remotely affected by renovation costs. There's a 1.2% of the value of new construction added to property taxes.

      On 1/21/2013 12:56 PM, CarlBrown wrote:

      > My understanding is that the historic designation
      > applies more to the exterior than to the interior and
      > would not preclude updating the kitchen or even
      > adding an elevator. This is certainly the case for
      > the building on Main Street Walnut Creek which
      > was moved back from the sidewalk to create a
      > patio and the interior turned into a restaurant,
      > complete with kitchen up to current code.

      If there are no plans to change the exterior why go for the historic
      designation in the first place? You are just adding another level
      bureaucracy that adds cost to any remodel. I don't want my coupon to go up
      just so I can call Dollar a historic building.

      Carl Brown
      Skycrest Dr.

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