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Once again, the City of Moorpark ranks among the ten least expensive cities in California in which to do business. The survey by Claremont-McKenna College’s Rose Institute of State and Local Government gathered business fees and a variety of tax rates from 421 selected cities across the United States. The 17th annual Kosmont-Rose Institute Cost of Doing Business Survey, which is considered a useful and inclusive source for data about fees, taxes, costs, and incentives that affect businesses across the country, was released last week.
The survey is now the premiere source for local factors that affect businesses across the country. It has been cited frequently by national publications, and is a constant resource for business leaders and researchers.
This ranking is an accomplishment the Moorpark City Council and its Mayor are proud of. “In these challenging economic times, it is vital we continue to improve our processes to attract new businesses and assure we work in partnership with our current businesses to retain them,” stated Janice Parvin, Mayor, who went on to say, “keeping fees low and providing assistance to our businesses will continue to drive our economic growth.”