The Oakland City Council quashed Tuesday an effort by Mayor Jean Quan to put a parcel tax on the local ballot to help plug a $46 million budget hole.

The parcel tax, set at $80 per property, would generate $11 million for the city’s budget if approved by voters, according to the Oakland Tribune.

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