Reader's View: Duluth property tax increase unfaffordable

It showed an increase of almost $1,000.

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I am writing because I just received my new proposed property tax. It showed an increase of almost $1,000.

I have lived in my house for 48 years with no new improvements. I live in West End/Lincoln Park. My house is over 100 years old. I am a senior on Social Security.

Where does anyone think I can get this kind of money? Is there any place where I can appeal or anything? This is totally unfair.

Gerry Warner



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