Anoka County Board votes to cut property tax levy

  • Article by: Paul Levy , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 10, 2013 - 3:48 PM

Net property tax collections will be $1 million less in 2014 than this year.

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nathanhaleSep. 10, 13 3:29 PM

Perfect example of why I support Rhonda Sivarajah for Congress. Unlike Emmer who just talks and talks and never accomplished anything, Rhonda actually gets things done!

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sharklasersSep. 10, 13 4:03 PM

Dear Anoka County, I love you! A Pleased Resident

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ch1979Sep. 10, 13 4:20 PM

How about they first reject all the new local government aid Dayton and the democratic legislature is giving them then talk about cutting taxes.

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decembersueSep. 10, 13 4:33 PM

Well, the tea party has officially taken over Anoka County. I really can't handle my property values going down further because of decaying infrastructure - roads, sewers, parks, etc. Totally irresponsible. They made this cut with no idea how to pay the bills and we're all going to pay a lot more in the end. It's sad there's so many folks out there who can't do basic math - you want to live in a first world country, guess what, you have to pay for it. Anoka is barely paying for it now.

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jugglerSep. 10, 13 5:22 PM

Cuts like these have the benefit of paying out less to freeloaders and attracting more actual tax payers. Win Win!

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oimmigrationSep. 10, 13 5:43 PM

Happy to see the wheelage tax go and my property taxes go down too every year. And the roads, sewers and parks are okay and not decaying. Its called smart or wise spending, cutting out the fat and waste in government. Maybe they should try it in St. Paul and Washington DC.

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oimmigrationSep. 10, 13 5:45 PM

This should attract the rich to Anoka County, will help them preserve their wealth.

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oimmigrationSep. 10, 13 7:16 PM

Ahhh, low cost Anoka County. I feel richer already.

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oimmigrationSep. 10, 13 7:21 PM

Anoka County is like Costco or Menards. Save big money!

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oimmigrationSep. 10, 13 7:25 PM

Now that's being progressive!

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