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'''January 6, 1910 [SBMP]:''' “Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa islands are a part of Santa Barbara County, and the figures for 1910 give an assessed valuation of $552,413 for the two island tracts. On the basis of the valuation, the owners pay road and school taxes, although there are no public roads on the islands. The third road district gets the benefit of this road tax, which amounts to $1500 to $1700 per year, making the aggregation in the course of a decade quite a handsome amount. The island valuation is for the third supervisorial district. The school tax comes to a less amount; and the islands are not subject to special school taxes for the mainland districts. But to the state and county school fund several hundred dollars are paid each year.”
 
'''January 6, 1910 [SBMP]:''' “Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa islands are a part of Santa Barbara County, and the figures for 1910 give an assessed valuation of $552,413 for the two island tracts. On the basis of the valuation, the owners pay road and school taxes, although there are no public roads on the islands. The third road district gets the benefit of this road tax, which amounts to $1500 to $1700 per year, making the aggregation in the course of a decade quite a handsome amount. The island valuation is for the third supervisorial district. The school tax comes to a less amount; and the islands are not subject to special school taxes for the mainland districts. But to the state and county school fund several hundred dollars are paid each year.”
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'''1943 [Memo from E. L. Stanton]:''' “The taxes for 1942-43 are $4,724.29, at the rate of $1.215 per $100 valuation based on 50% of true worth. At that rate, the 100% value would be $718.800. We are taxed primarily only for the General Fund and are not charged any of the school or highway taxes that the balance of Santa Barbara County is subjected to...”

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Taxes


January 6, 1910 [SBMP]: “Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa islands are a part of Santa Barbara County, and the figures for 1910 give an assessed valuation of $552,413 for the two island tracts. On the basis of the valuation, the owners pay road and school taxes, although there are no public roads on the islands. The third road district gets the benefit of this road tax, which amounts to $1500 to $1700 per year, making the aggregation in the course of a decade quite a handsome amount. The island valuation is for the third supervisorial district. The school tax comes to a less amount; and the islands are not subject to special school taxes for the mainland districts. But to the state and county school fund several hundred dollars are paid each year.”


1943 [Memo from E. L. Stanton]: “The taxes for 1942-43 are $4,724.29, at the rate of $1.215 per $100 valuation based on 50% of true worth. At that rate, the 100% value would be $718.800. We are taxed primarily only for the General Fund and are not charged any of the school or highway taxes that the balance of Santa Barbara County is subjected to...”