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LAFCO reports analyzed the viability of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood as separate cities. The Rose Institute report examines key factors in municipal decision making: State Subventions Federal Subventions Sales Tax Redevelopment Police Expenditure

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  • LAFCO reports analyzed the viability of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood as separate cities.

  • The Rose Institute report examines key factors in municipal decision making:

    • State Subventions

    • Federal Subventions

    • Sales Tax

    • Redevelopment

    • Police Expenditure

  • These factors are put in relative context for the 88 cities in Los Angeles County and for selected California cities.


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  • State Subventions compared on a per capita basis. Valley and Hollywood as separate cities.

  • Compared to the 87 other cities in Los Angeles County:

    • City of Los Angeles ranks 19th for FY 1996-1997

    • City of Los Angeles ranks 27th for FY 1997-1998

    • City of Los Angeles ranks 38th for FY 1998-1999

  • City of Los Angeles ranks 6th out of the 7 major California cities compared.


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  • Federal Subventions compared on a per capita basis. Valley and Hollywood as separate cities.

  • Compared to the 87 other cities in Los Angeles County:

    • City of Los Angeles ranks 9th for FY 1996-1997

    • City of Los Angeles ranks 7th for FY 1997-1998

    • City of Los Angeles ranks 9th for FY 1998-1999

  • City of Los Angeles ranks 4th out of the 7 large California cities compared.


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  • The City of Los Angeles is in the bottom half of Los Angeles County cities in sales tax revenue earned per capita.

  • Sales tax growth per capita is slower in Los Angeles than countywide.

  • Per capita sales tax revenue in the City of Angeles is a lower percentage of personal income than in most other cities in the County.

  • Gross receipt tax on retail businesses in the City of Los Angeles is the highest in Los Angeles County.


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  • Key indicator of priorities of municipal decision makers. County cities in sales tax revenue earned per capita.

  • The City of Los Angeles ranks 10th out of the 88 cities in Los Angeles County in per capita police expenditure.

  • Per capita police expenditure is lower in the San Fernando Valley than the rest of the City of Los Angeles.


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