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Antioch Mello Roos District

The Special Tax will last appear on 2015/16 property tax bills.  The bonds will be paid off in August 2016.

The Board of the Antioch Area Public Facilities Financing Agency’s Community Facilities District 1989-1 ("CFD"), commonly known as the Antioch Mello Roos District, would like to update the community on the status of the CFD, the projects completed to date, and the plans for the future, as well as answer some of the commonly-asked questions by homeowners.

The Antioch Area Public Facilities Financing Agency ("AAPFFA") is a joint powers authority established by the Antioch Unified School District and the City of Antioch. The AAPFFA formed the CFD 1989-1 for the purposes of financing the building of school facilities and a City park. These facilities are needed to maintain the quality of public services as Antioch expands. Bonds have been sold to finance these major facilities' costs, and the Special Taxes collected (shown on the Contra Costa County property tax bill as "ANT M ROOS 89-1") are used to make the bond payments or pay directly for construction of  the facilities. The Special Taxes are not used for operating expenses or salaries of either the School District or the City, except for the direct costs of administering the CFD.  The operation and maintenance costs of the facilities lie directly with the School District and the City, and the facilities are owned by each respective agency.  The AAPFFA acts only as the financing mechanism to build the facilities.

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