Noblesville confronts $2 million reve...

Noblesville confronts $2 million revenue drop

There are 1 comment on the IndyStar.com story from Aug 19, 2009, titled Noblesville confronts $2 million revenue drop. In it, IndyStar.com reports that:

Noblesville has learned it will lose about $2 million more than expected in property tax revenue in 2010 due to statewide property tax reform.

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Broke

Portage, IN

#1 Aug 20, 2009
And I would bet that the city will only raise taxes. They do not know what the words "cut backs" mean. They should start with the Police Department like the mayor of Muncie did. A ton of waste there and the LEO's know how to milk the OT out of the taxpayers.

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