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Assuming RPPs are more expensive, what to do with the revenue?

If you treat it as "New" money and use it to fund new programs, you can probably kiss most of your support goodbye.

If you plow it into the general fund, and reduce the residential property taxes in each zone such that the program is revenue-neutral on a zone-by-zone basis, then maybe you would get more support.

"$800 a year for a parking permit? Yuck!" ... but maybe not-so-yuck if my property taxes go down by $500.

by orulz on Dec 10, 2012 11:51 am • linkreport

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