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Higher Taxes?
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One of the taxing entities in the area, Lincoln County, is poised to implement its largest tax increase in a decade, a $1 million a year tax increase, which will add to the $13 million the county spends each year and increase the taxes on a $100,000 property by about $55 a year. Most of the new money would be used to improve roads. Some of it will buy four new cars for the sheriff's office, hire a new public defender and two new property appraisers.

Do you think they should do it?

  No, they can get along fine without a tax increase. 511 41%
  Yes, they need the money to do the job. 384 31%
  Yes, but not that much of an increase. 339 27%
Total responses to this question1234100%

 
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