ICYMI: San Diego Military Advisory Council Opposes Prop 15

Organization committed to partnership between military, elected officials and business community is the latest veteran group to oppose the largest property tax increase in state history

SACRAMENTO, CA – The San Diego Military Advisory Council announced its opposition to Proposition 15—the $11.5 billion property tax increase. They join a growing coalition of small business, military and veteran organizations who are opposing the largest property tax increase in state history.

San Diego Military Advisory Council is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization with a mission to support and promote the mutual business and other interests of the military, their quality of life, and the defense community in the San Diego area.

Read excerpts from the San Diego Military Advisory Council’s announcement below:

“‘Generations of former military members have been able to start successful small businesses here in San Diego that provide jobs for veterans and the community.’  

“‘Prop 15 will deal yet another blow to veteran-owned and other Main Street businesses when they are already struggling to recover from COVID-19…’

“‘There could not be a worse time for Prop 15 during a global pandemic and economic crisis. Join the San Diego Military Advisory Council in voting no…’

“‘San Diego has a proud history of supporting military families, active-duty personnel, and veterans.’ 

“‘As an organization founded to support local businesses and our military community, we are united in opposition to Prop 15.’ 

“Its impacts will be devastating to small businesses, active-duty military members and their families, veterans, and frankly our entire region.'”


No on Prop 15 – Stop Higher Property Taxes and Save Prop 13, a bipartisan coalition of homeowners, taxpayers, and businesses, has been fighting to protect Prop 13 and oppose a split-roll property tax for more than a decade. For more information, please visit www.NOonProp15.org.