Pascagoula residents question tax increase without vote
As Pascagoula leaders try to dig the city out of a $14 million debt, residents are wrestling with how to afford higher tax bills, and some citizens are wondering why they don't get to vote on raising taxes. One man asked that question at Thursday's meeting and quoted state law that says any increase over 10 percent must be put to a vote.
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