Herbert hopes that Greensburg property owners will see both the need for the increase and the fact that the increase it doesn’t impose, in his estimation, too great a burden on the average taxpayer.
“Cumulative Capital Development Tax money must be used toward municipal projects, towards improving the city and important projects,” the mayor said. “We’re talking about the maintenance of city hall and other city structures. This money goes toward maintaining city equipment, improving buildings and other infrastructure. We might use this money, for instance, to pave roads. This money will help us do things for taxpayers – that’s what matters most. It’s their money and we’re legally bound to use it for their benefit.”
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