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Old Posted Nov 12, 2019, 2:27 AM
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Property tax cap favours Nova Scotia's weathy

I see fellow forum member Mr. May apparently wants to pay HRM more taxes.

https://www.thechronicleherald.ca/bu...ealthy-372974/

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Colin May, a former Dartmouth city councillor before amalgamation, has lived in his home on Dahlia Street for 37 years.

He admits his home is “grossly under assessed” resulting in a lower tax bill for him than his neighbours, a “young couple” that recently moved in.

“It’s unfair,” he says, arguing that the cap should be phased out. “The longer they wait, the worse it gets.”
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