Chevron tax bill is killed again
For the second time this week, the state Senate killed a bill that would enable Pascagoula and Gautier schools to keep property taxes from future petroleum facilities rather than share them with the county's ...
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#1 Feb 15, 2009
While I do support the move in principle I think it's a bad idea because this will only mean higher property taxes in Gautier and Pascagoula. That will only mean more businesses moving out and good people moving out.
Those cities already are crack havens. Do we want it to get worse?
I'm glad I live out in the country but if it gets worse I may leave this place for good.
I know one thing, Ocean Springs sure doesn't need the cash.
#2 Feb 25, 2009
Bob your wright about the taxes, seems to me like the county and the citys are trying to blead every one for what they can. I am a small buisness trying to help people in the times that were inn. But i want say that about the county or citys iam in Jackson Co. and Ocean Springs times are hard.(Hang in there.)
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