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Posted: Monday, August 5, 2013 6:30 am

The Kalispell City Council tonight is asking for opinions on tax increases being considered to shore up the city’s street and light maintenance and urban forestry operations. 

Special assessment property taxes for the programs are charged each year in addition to Kalispell’s general fund, health insurance and general obligation bond tax levies. 

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          3 comments:

          • mooseberryinn posted at 9:07 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

            mooseberryinn Posts: 2693

            Well sure, tax hikes are traditional and expected. Gov't at any level knows there are still people to be taxed. They still have jobs, they still have homes, so tax them. It's the only way to solve any problems.

             
          • Roark posted at 9:07 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

            Roark Posts: 246

            The city has plenty of taxpayer money, they just are not spending it on approp. govt functions. Get rid of the Urban Forestry Operations is a start...

             
          • james posted at 7:34 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

            james Posts: 516

            well kalispell now has a few more minimum wage part time jobs, time to raise taxes to keep them in poverty while management recieves over the top salary increases, city manager is at 325% increase not counting bennies in 20 years, crews that do actual work are at 35% for same period

             

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