On January 1, 2014, the State initiated a variety of new business incentives that are intended to assist job creation and business attraction/expansion efforts in the San Diego region. These incentives effectively replace the previous Enterprise Zone (EZ) program incentives which expired at the end of 2013. A summary of these State “replacement” incentives is summarized in the attached file:
The State of California’s Enterprise Zone (EZ) program may have been terminated early, but there is still time to earn valuable tax credits. Businesses can earn up to $37,000 per qualified employee.
EZ Employee Hiring Tax Credit
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After many years of lobbying, no for sale vehicles signs are being installed by the City of San Diego on University Avenue.
This prohibition has opened up limited parking spaces in the City Heights Business District to customers and taken them away from dealers that would park for sale cars along the commercial corridor and leave them there for days at a time occupying the the limited parking spaces available.