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What do you think about City Manager John Szerlag’s proposal to reduce the property tax rate from 6.75 mills to 6.55?

  1. I support his recommendation.
  2. It’s a good starting point for budget discussions.
  3. Leave it at the current rate. I’m willing to pay for more of the things the city needs like sidewalks, street lights and road repaving.
  4. Council should start at the rollback rate of 6.49 mills, which would bring in same amount of property tax revenue.
  5. It’s time to reduce the overall city tax bill. Shaving the millage while increasing other levies is not a tax cut. Give us one.
  6. Other.
 
 
 
 
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Keepingthemhonest

Jul-27-19 7:56 AM

Council will Huffs and Puff about the millage rate . Szerlag will bring up his staff who will convince council that his recommendation is best . After all the real decisions are made at the Council For Progress Meetings .

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DOAshrimp

Jul-27-19 10:35 AM

Dump Szerlag & Mayor Dixie Chin... Wonder when Cape residents will start to see all the benefits roll in from the gang's Communist China vacation trip? Mayor Chin??

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Keepingthemhonest

Jul-28-19 7:03 AM

As of today 7.28 42 votes have no issue with the proposed budget and the millage rate , 55 votes do have issues and call for a further / real reduction in millage and or assessments . Must be that the city mgr asked all city employees to take the survey . I cant imagine another reason why 42 voted for more taxes .

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Haninginthere

Jul-29-19 8:35 AM

How about reducing and eventually eliminating the the electric tax and fire tax. Both circumvent save our homes and homestead which is extremely dirty!!

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allenwoll

Aug-01-19 4:58 PM

The difference is in the noise ! !

Eliminate the City entirely ! ! !

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