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Contra Costa Taxpayers Association - Home Home A Handbook for How We Do Business President's Report Issue Updates Stop the Delta Tunnels Press Releases 5-11-2012: 100k Pension Club Who We Are Officers and Executive Committee Bylaws Ballot Issues and Positions November 2016 Ballot Positions Events Membership Links Contact Us * Email * Password Remember me Forgot password The Contra Costa Taxpayers Association is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting accountable, cost-effective and efficient government and opposing unnecessary taxes and spending. Welcome to The Taxpayer's Corner! For 80 years CoCoTax, the Contra Costa Taxpayers Association, has promoted "Good government at affordable cost." If you live, work or travel through our county, we work for you, the taxpayer! Read our posts, and watch our upcoming videos for information on current issues and proposals that affect your wallet and your life-style. Leave a comment, and join our non-partisan efforts to protect taxpayers from unnecessary taxation. Jack Weir, President Intro to CoCoTax - Part I The Contra Costa Taxpayers Association (CoCoTax) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization advocating for taxpayers' rights and prosperity. Our mission statement is simple and straightforward: "Promote good government at affordable cost." Here's what the first goal - "good government" means to the 400-strong membership of CoCoTax: Public agencies conduct ALL business in open meetings at which members of the public are free to comment and criticize the agency's plans and actions. (Note: under the Ralph M. Brown Act which governs public meetings in California, there a very few exceptions for matters which may be conducted in closed session; see "The Brown Act" page here.) The public is informed in advance of all meetings, and of all proposals to come before the agency. Elected officials restrain the urge to go beyond their chartered responsibilities. For example, when a city council decides to declare their city a "nuclear-free" zone, while their streets are pocked with potholes, they're not doing their job. Elected officials perform their sworn duties to the best of their abilities, and adhere to the ethical rules pertaining to their office. They put their constituents' needs ahead of their personal ambitions or any partisan objectives...they are true public servants first and foremost. President's Report - February, 2017 As our organization celebrates its 80th anniversary, the need for proactive taxpayer advocacy is dire, and CoCoTax members are meeting the challenge. Our mission to promote good government at affordable cost finds opportunities all around us here in Contra Costa and throughout the state - a “target rich environment.” Known for over a century as the “Golden State,” California is now awash in the red ink of massive public debt, and elected officials at all levels scramble to find new revenues to avoid governmental insolvency. Meanwhile, our public infrastructure crumbles, and overburdened families and businesses flee to Texas and elsewhere to pursue the American dream. Click here to read the full report. A Handbook for How CoCoTax Does Business CoCoTax has developed a handbook to help our members and others better understand how we operate. The handbook will also serve as a reference source for tools to evaluate tax and bond proposals, as well as the agencies that seek voter support for the measures they propose. The impetus for the handbook began as a desire to help new and prospective members get up to speed quickly in the important work of Contra Costa Taxpayers Association. Beyond that, our goals included making more visible our focus on the “good government” side of our work. The organization of the handbook is roughly: who we are, the principles of good taxation, what we believe as CoCoTax, how those beliefs are reflected in positions on important issues, criteria to evaluate taxes, bonds, and taxing authorities, templates to help do that, FAQ’s, and links to valuable information. An addendum offers advocacy tips and thoughts for CoCoTax internal projects. We believe the handbook captures in a single document much of the good work that has been done by many individuals over several years. We also believe that it is not a document that is or will be finished, as it will no doubt prompt thinking that will continue to strengthen CoCoTax and its operation even further. For this reason, we invite and welcome your comments. Please send them to, and they will be reviewed for inclusion in periodic updates to the handbook and the templates. Click here to view the handbook. Senator Steve Glazer Joins Bay Area Newspapers and Contra Costa Taxpayers In Endorsing Measure X Walnut Creek, CA – Today, State Senator Steve Glazer announced he was joining a broad coalition of Contra Costa leaders in supporting Measure X, the countywide transportation measure. “I’m pleased to join with the Contra Costa Taxpayers Association in supporting Measure X. This measure will improve all aspects of our transportation network in Contra Costa County with local control and strict accountability,” said Glazer. “It is being managed by an agency with a successful track record of delivering road and highway projects on time and under budget. I urge Contra Costa residents to join me in voting Yes on Measure X.”Click here to read the entire article. Contra Costa Taxpayers Association Mentioned in National Bestseller Book The Contra Costa Taxpayers Association was mentioned in a 2013 book by Meredith Whitney, "Fate of States". Chapter 4 is devoted to Contra Costa Taxpayers Association and the 2012 ConFire parcel tax regarding spiraling pension costs. Help us promote "Good government at affordable cost." Join or support our organization today. Click here to join or click on the button below to donate. Upcoming Events California's Red Ink 28 Apr 2017 11:30 AM ? Back Forty Texas BBQ - 100 Coggins Drive, Pleasant Hill West County Meeting Schedule Mountain Mike's Pizza, 1516 Fitzgerald Dr., Pinole 5:30 p.m. no-host pizza, salad, etc and social time, meetings 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 7 Tuesday, March 7 Tuesday, April 4 Tuesday, May 2 Find Your California Representative Click here to enter your address and find your California representatives. Click here to view a list of Contra Costa County's elected officials. Issue Updates The Left Takes Over Our Community Colleges 20 Mar 2017 10:07 AM ? Anonymous Update on the Nine-County Coalition 29 Nov 2016 12:54 PM ? Anonymous Announcement - CCTA Sales Tax Measure 25 Jul 2016 12:55 PM ? Anonymous A lot of publicity has gone to CalPERS and its pitiful 1% rate of return. CCCERA is using a 7.75 expected rate of return when for 2011 it earned 2.7%, the 5 year average is only 2.4%, and the 10 year average is 6.2%. Retaining that 7.75% rate of return will push more expen... Similar Website

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