No break in city property taxes
According to the story:
The annual cut - which has been made each of the past three years - was supposed to knock 10 cents off the tax rate over a five-year period. The reductions have become a primary means to provide tax relief to city property owners.
Baltimore's property tax rate is by far the highest in Maryland - more than twice Baltimore County's - and a broad spectrum of city officials have acknowledged that the tax may be stifling growth and threatening homeowners on fixed incomes.
Opinions? Rants? Suggestions?
And yes, it was just a few hours ago that I got the time to look at my own paper's front page to see this story. Good grief, it's been a busy day.