My issues with Prop A are based on how properties are taxed, and those mainly center around two concerns.
First - Prop A capped how fast a property could appreciate to the rate of inflation. If you were in your house at the beginning of Prop A you pay less in taxes then someone who bought at the peak of the market. Yes - I know it was intended to not price Grandma out of her house - but you end up with one neighbor paying more in taxes then the guy next door with the same house. Both get the same services, one pays market value, the other doesn't. That is not equitable.
Second - Prop A created "homestead" properties and "other" properties. If you are an "other" you get hit with the big 18 mill non homestead tax rate. Yes - I know why it was setup that way - but you again end up with all the non-homestead parcels paying the very high tax rate, but everyone gets to vote that tax on them. Again - for fairness I think all properties should be taxed at the same rate - everyone should pay the same % of burden. I know many people that will always vote for the non homestead portion of the taxes because they think they don't have to pay them.
For me if you own a piece of property I should pay the same millage rate that you pay, and we both should pay it based on current value.
Again - that is what I think would be fair. Just a personal opinion.