Higher tax bills being sent to proper...

Higher tax bills being sent to property owners

There are 1 comment on the Dayton Daily News story from Jan 24, 2011, titled Higher tax bills being sent to property owners. In it, Dayton Daily News reports that:

Semiannual residential property tax bills are being mailed Monday to residents of Montgomery County.

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Triangle, VA

#1 Jan 24, 2011
Love it, the government come to finish the job of polishing off their constituents. Who then are they going to bleed next when the money's all gone?

Who's going to finish paying for the school additions, or has that already been provided for? Even so, who's going to pay to run it? No jobs to speak of, and I don't see people living in McMansions either. I've looked at real estate there within the past 2 years and even for a smaller place, they demand a higher down payment to start.

Oh, Ohio, you can thank voting for the Obumba by the way for that. The cost of all those government programs has to be paid for SOME way, and the bills are 'trickling down' to the states. SOME states are saying 'no way'. Are you?

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