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  • Anonymous

     Smith said ” excise tax and revenue sharing were slow to come in, but he said that it was not something to be concerned about.”  I don’t understand how excise tax comes in slowly when people have to register their cars annually.  I would think the town would be advised to analysis their excise tax to see what the problem may be.   Also, revenue sharing is consistently paid by the state to the towns, however, there has been a substantial legislative reduction in the amount being sent to the towns.  I am sure the town leaders are aware of this change.

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