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Taxes in Williamsport

October 20, 2013

I recently sold a house in Williamsport manly because I could not keep up with the property taxes. The taxes on this property were accessed on the value of $84,00....

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Oct-21-13 10:27 AM

How about we re-asses pension contributions and drop all health care for retirees; that money could be well spent elsewhere. It's now a different time in post-WWII America. "Hope and Change" has been voted in with too many people (legal and illegal) "on the dole" and this leaves no funds for generous benefits and "extravagant" spending on "legacy costs" anymore.

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Oct-20-13 4:12 PM

Our landlord won't buy any more properties in Wmspt. because of taxes. One would think, that Wmspt. would give an incentive to buy in the city's district as opposed to further adding to the tax burden. Is it the goal of the combined trio, Susquehanna Health System, Lyco College and Penn College to establish permanent domain and ultimate territorial rights without any taxes paid?

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Oct-20-13 12:13 PM

can u apply for some kind of rebate for false value?? You are correct!! taxes in Williamsport and insurance are way above the norm, I was paying 4800$ for years on a building finally got it down to 1800$ just recently I have receiving reassessments , I bet it is not to lower any of my taxes??, the large numbers of non profits married to a paid fire and police are killing us, Politicians should address these issues but watch In todays paper? no one will address this all important issue??

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