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Property-tax exemptions

Published December 7, 2012 1:01 am
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Now that voters have passed a state constitutional amendment giving a property-tax exemption on the primary residence of a person on active military duty, another amendment should be placed on the ballot that states that property taxes on the primary residence of all retired seniors over 65 cannot be increased by more than the percentage of the annual Social Security cost-of-living adjustment.

Randy Epperson

Murray

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