Tax reduction in the City

This is a bit disingenuous, in my opinion.
Rates go down by .04, but assessments rise by 20%. No more than a “look, we feel
your pain” measure.

I love this
snippet –
“The end of commercial trash
collection saves the city $1.2 million. Competition from BFI and Waste
Management has cost the city 20 percent of its customers.”
Competition is

” O?Connell said the
budget is increasingly relying on real-estate taxes because of a small
commercial tax base.”

WINA and the DP report.

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