Property tax bills expected to drop for most in St. Paul

  • Article by: Anthony Lonetree , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 30, 2013 - 9:14 PM

The tax bite has been eased by tax-burden shifts and revenue hikes from metrowide funding source, say city, county and school officials.

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iouzmnSep. 30, 13 4:08 PM

This should definitely make St. Paul more attractive to illegal aliens.

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tkr380Sep. 30, 13 5:24 PM

Read the article: Other CITY properties. The city doesn't pay taxes. All this means is someone else is making up the shortfall.

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jayman1816Oct. 1, 13 7:51 AM

Those of us who are already paying the burden of high property taxes will be the ones getting hit again.

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taxproviderOct. 1, 13 1:26 PM

Quick, let's raise them back up to build outdated modes of mass transit no one will use!

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