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Property tax probe

Legislative committee gets local tax update

March 26, 2014

Property values are leveling off or declining slightly in Minot while the city’s overall tax base continues to grow, Minot city assessor Kevin Ternes told the Legislature’s Interim Taxation Committe......

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Mar-26-14 4:05 PM

They should have looked at long term tax fixes 5+ years ago.

Vote NO

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Mar-26-14 9:40 AM

Instead of a special election for this tax increase, hold the vote at the time of the November midterm elections so that we can do a bit of house cleaning at the same time.

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Mar-26-14 9:33 AM

if p. taxes come up 4 vote again--they r goin down. Vote No.

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Mar-26-14 9:30 AM

kevin ternes works on our dollar and should give us the facts and not his opinion on doubling of taxes--especially when our taxes went ridiculously high after oil. Add the cost of living in western nd and i don't need attitude from the assessor. Just the facts please.

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Mar-26-14 6:39 AM

So as the State Banks BILLIONS and says " We're BROKE " The Cities are left to clean out the Publics Wallet with some of the Highest Property Taxes in the Nation !

VOTE NO on Smoke and Mirrors.......

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