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Frederick taxes

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Jordan Lindsay reports

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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7003689?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 17 Jul 2017 18:01:02 +0000 Frederick taxes Jordan Lindsay reports http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12463/7003689?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WHAG county, maryland... residents who live in a certain area... will have to pay a higher tax fee... for the next 30 years. w-d-v-m's jordan lindsay has more details. << nats jan gardner / frederick county executive "we just completed a road transfer with the state highway administration to have the state highway take into their road system, the interchange of the jefferson tech park in exchange for the county accepting a number of other state highways within the county road system." jordan lindsay reporting: it's been a long time coming to get to this point... county executive jan gardner says it's due to decisions made the county board of commissioners who served --before she was elected into office. in 2005, the jefferson technology park developer made plans for everything to be done at a certain time, however development has not been completed at the planned pace. jan gardner / frederick county executive into the county government for 30 years , until 2043, and that's really what i'm most concerned about." lorie depies / frederick county finance director tech park right now are being levied to what we refer to as a c-d-a fee which is a community development authority fee and that's on their property tax bill- that would of disclosed to them when they bough the property, and that helps cover the debt service on bonds that provided the infrastructure- the roads- the sewer." lindsay: to make sure it won't happen again... jan gardner / frederick county executive "this will never happen again while i am here, i changed the t-i-f policy to not allow tax increment financing for residential development- to never allow us to give away 100 percent of property taxes even to a commercial or business development, and that will stay in place as long as i am in office." lindsay: reporting in frederick for i-270 news, jordan lindsay.





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