Spring Cove urged to leave realty tra...

Spring Cove urged to leave realty transfer tax unchanged

Multiple representatives from municipalities within the Spring Cove School District voiced their concerns at Monday's meeting for a proposed resolution that would allow the district to claim half of the realty transfer tax. While this tax is often split between school districts and municipalities, the entire 1 percent realty transfer tax has gone to the six municipalities of Martinsburg, Roaring Spring, North Woodbury Township, Freedom Township, Huston Township and Taylor Township in the past.

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