LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles City Council was to vote Tuesday on whether to put four separate tax measures on the March ballot that would raise property, real estate transfer, parking and sales taxes.

The proposed half-cent sales tax increase, estimated to generate between $208 million and $215 million in its first year, is the only one of the four that would close the city’s $216 million projected shortfall in fiscal 2012-2013.

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