By MATTHEW HOSE
Belvedere voters will decide next month whether to renew the city's ability to collect a fire and emergency services levy on commercial and residential units.
Measure C on the June 7 ballot, known as the fire tax, allows the city to adjust its budget appropriations limit — and to continue collecting taxes already approved by voters — so it can continue contracting fire services. The rate for fiscal 2015-2016 will be $702 per residential unit, $800 per commercial unit and $141 per vacant parcel toward the contract with the Tiburon Fire Protection District for its fire services, along with the emergency services of the Southern Marin Emergency Medical Paramedics System.
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