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What is really behind Torrington’s proposed landlord fees/apartment inspections?

What is really behind the proposed landlord fees/apartment inspections? Once last night’s (9/13/11) BRC (Blue Ribbon Commission) meeting adjourned for the evening, a lively discussion took place between BRC members and property owners who attended the meeting. The discussion that … Continue reading

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Should you be concerned about the new taxes the Blue Ribbon Commission wants to impose?

When a new tax is imposed on a municipality everyone’s first reaction is, “How will this affect me?” Obviously, the more directly an individual or business is affected the more interest they take in understanding the causes and consequences of … Continue reading

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Blue Ribbon Commission trash article in Register 7/12/11

The Register Citizen has printed an article about the Blue Ribbon Commission’s intention of trying to implement another taxation system in the form of Pay-to-Throw garbage handling. The original ideas being bantered and proposed were a per-can fee that would … Continue reading

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Torrington Gives Farmers tax break

While the town looks to impose new taxes on one specific business group (landlords), they are actively giving tax breaks to another group (farmers). Gotta love the thought process. Torrington tax exemption will aid farmers with new buildings TORRINGTON — … Continue reading

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