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WASD looks to decrease its deficit and bump up property taxes .347 mills

February 6, 2013

Showing a deficit of about a $3....

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wwhickok

Feb-06-13 10:23 AM

Perhaps I'm misunderstanding this, but didn't the city just raise Property Tax, now the school district is going to do it?

Your friggin' kidding me right?

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weldnpipe

Feb-06-13 12:39 PM

Thinking maybe I should sell my house to become one of those tenants that doen't have all this burden.

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spike2

Feb-06-13 3:32 PM

We are out if they raise school also. Cut the costs. I don't care if they dump football. Get rid of the pool. How is it Loyalsock can decrease taxes and we pay more and more. For who and why?

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spike2

Feb-06-13 3:35 PM

wwhicock is correct. We will see the Real Estate Tax increase when taxes come out this year. $100.00 per $100,000.00. The city cares about the rentals and the upkeep of properties yet drives out the very people who pay the highest taxes.

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Brew4U

Feb-07-13 7:04 PM

Hurrump ah look at 1st story to nite "Renovations"$21.3million minus(-)50%=$10.6million in the hole=more tax for you...TaxMan

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