Ohio tax legislation could cost city $200,000

03/11/2013 | Athens News (Ohio), The

The Athens, Ohio, City Council has passed a resolution in opposition of state legislation that would establish tax-code uniformity statewide. Athens officials say the bill could cost the city $200,000 annually. Added to local-government funding, estate tax and property tax lost in recent years, the city could lose $1 million.

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