Blighted properties could be charged ...

Blighted properties could be charged higher property tax

There are 1 comment on the Falmouth Outlook story from Oct 25, 2011, titled Blighted properties could be charged higher property tax. In it, Falmouth Outlook reports that:

City Attorney, Henry Watson III, reported the following to the Falmouth City Council: Falmouth is legally responsible for the portable speed bumps recommended to the recreation commission for use in the athletic park.

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#1 Oct 25, 2011
I sure hope so..get rid of these falling down places and make parking lots or just plain lots..at least those would not be eye sorers..

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