AB 701 (Quirk-Silva) to Resolve Orange County’s VLFAA Dispute
(Santa Ana, CA) — Assembly Bill 701 will be introduced in the California Legislature Thursday to help resolve Orange County’s Vehicle License Fee Adjustment Amount (VLFAA) dispute.
The bill, to be introduced by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva (65th District, Fullerton) would allow Orange County to be treated equally with California’s other 57 counties when it comes to the VLFAA funding formula.
“This bill gets Orange County back into the VLFAA formula, like all other counties in California, and will provide us with a more secure revenue source,” said Shawn Nelson, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. “It is also important that this revenue source has the potential for future growth as property values increase.”
The bill will be introduced in the Senate tomorrow and is expected to go to the Assembly on concurrence early next week. County staff will continue to work with Assemblywoman Quirk-Silva and the entire Orange County Legislative Delegation as the bill progresses in the California Legislature.
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