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Proctor Adopts River Corridor Protections After Requesting Map Change

As part of its work to update town bylaws, the Proctor Planning Commission, with the help of the Rutland Regional Planning Commission (RRPC), decided to strengthen its flood protections by including the state’s Model 4 regulations for river corridors. 273 more words

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Lack Of State Budget Brings Uncertainty To Cities, Towns

SUSAN HAIGH, Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. (CBS Connecticut and AP) — With Connecticut’s state budget in limbo, many cities and towns have blindly set their local tax rates for the new fiscal year beginning July 1, hoping they won’t need to send out refunds or supplemental property tax bills to cover any gaps in anticipated state aid. 601 more words

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Municipalities anxious about lack of state budget agreement

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — With Connecticut’s state budget in limbo, many cities and towns are blindly setting their local tax rates for the new fiscal year beginning July 1. 123 more words

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Pinadali ang cityhood sa Lacson bill

Maaari na maging lungsod na ang bayan mo basta may taunan na P250 milyon na kita ito sa loob ng magkakasunod na dalawang taon.

Ito ang mensaheng tila ipinaabot ni Senador Panfiilo Lacson sa pamamagitan ng… 284 more words

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Lacson bill eases requirements for municipalities to be upgraded to cities

Prosperous municipalities may now have one less stumbling block to becoming cities, if a bill filed by Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson is passed into law. 309 more words

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Who Pays The Highest Tax Bill In America? 

Whether you own a home, business or just property, you’ll more than likely pay a property tax bill to the local government or city where it’s located at. 83 more words

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Daily Telegraph (Australia): City council releases hundreds of 19th century complaint letters written by Sydney’s most irked residents and ratepayers

Daily Telegraph (Australia): City council releases hundreds of 19th century complaint letters written by Sydney’s most irked residents and ratepayers. “Whinges about neighbours boiling smelly tripe in their backyard and business owners moaning about delays in tramlines being built outside their premises are just two of the thousands of grumbles that can now be accessed through the council’s online archives. 30 more words

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