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City Manager recommends holding property tax rate at current level

July 25, 2018

If Cape Coral City Council follows the recommendations of the city's top administrator, the property tax rate will remain the same as will the city's tax on electric bills while the fire assessment......

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Jul-26-18 10:02 AM

Robert01 - The Fire Assessment has become the cities "Slush Fund". Should be interesting to see how this Mayor and council vote on this increase. Doesn't the term "Assessments" mean a temporary charge? If it is meant to be permanent, then it should be labeled a TAX. Where is the transparency?

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Jul-26-18 8:47 AM

Taxpayers need to come to the City Council meetings or at least e-mail your City Council member and voice your concern related to not lowering the property tax rate. Why are we still having a fire assessment? I thought this was an assessment to address short comings in equipment etc not a continuing assessment.

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Jul-25-18 10:46 AM

Leaving the rate the same with property values increasing is a tax increase. Then, they are going to raise the fire tax again!!!!! Out of control spending!!!!!

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