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Tax relief welcome

November 17, 2013

While we have not hit Thanksgiving yet, some local officials appear set to give their constituents a reason to be thankful this Turkey Day....

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MrBoB51

Nov-18-13 8:40 AM

My fist impression of this article was Yup, some of you are happy. The rest of you...shut up and eat your turkey then dig deeper, it might be your turn for a break next year, suckers.

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bmwfred

Nov-17-13 7:40 PM

I see you left out the major tax increase for the town of Perth this year. The budget numbers you wrote about earlier showed a 20% tax increase for next year.

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ishouldknow

Nov-17-13 9:25 AM

I hear Northampton put in money to have the Northville Police enforce town laws, plus they added $30,000 for equipment that Mr. Groff asked for. So much for shares services and no increase in taxes!

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ishouldknow

Nov-17-13 9:25 AM

I hear Northampton put in money to have the Northville Police enforce town laws, plus they added $30,000 for equipment that Mr. Groff asked for. So much for shares services and no increase in taxes!

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MrBoB51

Nov-17-13 8:40 AM

What a shell game this is. How about the whole of FC getting a tax break instead of some taxpayers feeling good at other taxpayers expense?

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