Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association Newsletter September 2022: Voting Guide for November 2022 Elections in PDF Format

Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association Newsletter September 2018: Voting Guide for November 2018 Elections in PDF Format

Obtain a PDF version: Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association Newsletter – May 2018  

Electric customers of the Monterey Peninsula: the Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association will be looking out for YOUR interests as the new Monterey Bay Community Power community choice aggregation power agency gets started. Here’s a letter sent today to the head of Monterey Bay Community Power. From: Rick Heuer Subject: Community Advisory / Oversight Committee Date: October 2, 2017 […]

Ron Pasquinelli was “a fierce advocate of limiting the ability of governments to arbitrarily raise citizens’ taxes.” His community leadership on the Monterey Peninsula will be missed. More on the Life and Community Contributions of Ron Pasquinelli On-Line Version of Monterey Herald Obituary for Ronald James Pasquinelli “Because of Ron” – Michigan Tech – May […]

According to its official guidelines, the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District Assessment District Citizens Oversight Committee for the Measure E tax “shall consist of at least five members representing specific interests and constituencies related to parks, recreation and open space preservation and/or fiscal oversight.” To this end, the late Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association President Ron Pasquinelli served […]

On January 25, 2017, the Monterey City Council will hold a special meeting to discuss joining Monterey Bay Community Power, a community choice aggregation joint powers agency. (See agenda item here: Receive a Presentation on Community Choice Aggregation Program. See background supporting the agency here: Monterey Bay Community Power.) The Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association believes that the […]

Here’s a PDF version of the Opposition Arguments and Rebuttals in the Official Monterey County Voter Guide for Measure E, the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District Tax on the November 8, 2016 ballot: Measure E Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District Tax – Opposition Arguments and Rebuttals in Official Monterey County Voter Guide

On October 16, 2016, the Monterey County Herald published a commentary by Ron Pasquinelli, President of the Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association, in opposition to Measure E on the November 8 ballot. Measure E would authorize a special tax to provide supplementary funding to the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park District. Here’s the commentary: Ron Pasquinelli: Vote […]

Despite its diligent attempts to serve the people and seek public accountability, the Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association has failed to identify a state or local agency that accepts authority for enforcement of California Government Code Section 54964, which prohibits local governments such as parks and recreation districts from using public funds for campaign purposes. On September 14, […]