BOMA is excited to welcome Marshall Anderson to the California Strategies family where he will lend his advocacy, contacts, and research skills to help achieve BOMA’s goals and amplify our wins. As you know, Cal Strat, has been representing BOMA San Diego handling public affairs. Marshall comes by way of the Downtown San Diego Partnership where he served as Vice President, overseeing the Government Affairs and Economic Development department. Marshall brings good working relationships with elected offices on the local, state, and federal levels, including a wealth of contacts and institutional knowledge, having worked at both the City and County of San Diego. In addition to his extensive government service and public affairs background, Marshall is also an active civic volunteer, serving on the City of San Diego’s Mission Bay Park Committee, Board of Library Commissioners, and the People Assisting the Homeless (PATH) Advisory Board. He previously served as Board Vice President of the San Diego Small Business Alliance (BID Alliance), California Downtown Association Board of Directors, and the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Young Leaders Board. Marshall hails from San Diego where he attended The Bishop’s School before receiving his B.A. from Pitzer College, a member of the Claremont College Consortium. In his free time, Marshall can usually be found reading, kayak fishing, or golfing (poorly). Please join us in welcoming Marshall! Contact: Marshall@calstrat.com | (619) 781-7117
Your San Diego County Assessor’s office is working proactively to provide qualified property owners, possessory interest leaseholders and many of our small business owners that pay Business Personal Property Tax (571-L) tax relief due to COVID-19.
For more than 40 years, Prop 13 has provided property tax certainty to homeowners, renters and businesses. Under Prop 13,
general property taxes for both residential and business properties are calculated based on 1% of the purchase price. Annual
increases in property valuations are capped at 2% per year, which helps provide certainty to homeowners and businesses that
they will be able to afford their property in the future.
The State of CA announced earlier this week that with the adjusted positive rate numbers falling under the key threshold, San Diego County would again stay in Tier 2, or “red” category.
Throughout the month of October, the County of San Diego has been on the bubble of falling back into the state’s most restrictive COVID tier (the color purple). Fortunately, due to plenty of testing, the adjusted numbers have continued to keep the County in the next tier up, being red.