With new budget in place, Westport ta...

With new budget in place, Westport tax rate set to rise

There are 1 comment on the Westport News story from May 5, 2011, titled With new budget in place, Westport tax rate set to rise. In it, Westport News reports that:

Following the Representative Town Meeting's approval Tuesday of a $179 million town budget, Westport residents can expect to see an increase in their property tax bills for the 2011-12 fiscal year, which starts July 1. The tax hike is more directly influenced by a decline in the town's tax base than the new budget, which increases town spending by ...

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#1 May 5, 2011
The people in Westport are disgusting. The parents have no clue how to raise their child or keep up with the household that's why they have nannies. All Westport wives know how to do is shop, brag about the money their husband makes, and being a bitch. The husbands are never home to spend time with the family and their wives are boring in bed if you know what I mean.

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