St. Paul Mayor Coleman proposes 6.5 pct. levy hike | Minnesota Public Radio News


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In a desperate attempt by St Paul not to be out done by Minneapolis, they propose a 6.5% property tax hike!!

WOW!  Where do they think people are going to get the money to keep their homes?  Aren’t foreclosures high enough in these Cities?  How is raising the monthly housing payments for these homeowners going to help them?

St. Paul, Minn. — St Paul mayor Chris Coleman delivered his budget address Monday, which calls for a property tax levy increase of 6.5 percent and $6.2 million in budget cuts. Coleman blames the Minnesota Legislature for both.

St. Paul Mayor Coleman proposes 6.5 pct. levy hike | Minnesota Public Radio News.

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