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CCTA Mission Statement
The Central Coast Taxpayers Association is a non-partisan, 501(c) 4 non-profit organization with the mission to bring about more accountable, effective, efficient government and fair and equitable taxation which permits a strong, healthy economy, sensible balance and rational control of government expenditures.
The Central Coast Taxpayers Association accepts no government funds. Our board members and sponsors are a diverse group of business, industrial and professional organizations, as well as independent local citizens concerned with the community and the most effective use of local, state and federal tax dollars.
2019 Hero of the Taxpayer Award
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CCTA President at SLOCOG • May 1, 2019
Reguarding AB 1306
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1 of 6 Host Chuck Bell • https://youtu.be/FJBCErGOrPM 2 of 6 Sheriff Parkinson • https://youtu.be/9QzXHkRGTRM 3 of 6 Supervisor Compton • https://youtu.be/vGvj90zNvNQ 4 of 6 Supervisor Arnold • https://youtu.be/E_wve5QZBEs 5 of 6 District Attorney Dow...
3 ITEMS TO VIEW 1. Read PRESS RELEASE - CLICK HERE 2. Watch Video - SLOCOG - Click on Video https://youtu.be/5gf3dDeUeUo 3. Audios of local radio shows with Chuck Bell as Guest. Andy Caldwell KUHL Interview 2 parts Dave Congalton KVEC Interview Jamie...
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The Central Coast Taxpayers Association (“CCTA”) is a California nonprofit corporation, tax exempt under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(4). CCTA may accept donations from any source (business or personal), and there are no limits on the amount of donations from a donor.
Donations to CCTA are not deductible.
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