Mayors, CCM Demand Changes In Malloy\’s Proposed Budget On Car Tax, Local Aid

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Leaders of the state\’s largest cities are continuing their fight against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy\’s proposed budget, which they say will mean increases in local property taxes. This is Jim Finley, CEO of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities:

Here\’s Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch:

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3 thoughts on “Mayors, CCM Demand Changes In Malloy\’s Proposed Budget On Car Tax, Local Aid

  1. Tim O'Malley

    I don’t understand why Malloy thinks no one sees how he favors Stamford, his hometown, at the cost of every other city in this state. He has given millions to businesses to move to Stamford while cutting state funding to our other major cities. Such poor management and leadership.

  2. joseph a. fabrizi

    The retirees left connecticut because the state of connecticut taxes their retirement pensions. They live in florida and don’t pay tax on their state pensions. Other state make public employee pensions tax free or part tax free. What is wrong with connecticut as thousands of state retires have left the state. Make the pensions tax free in connecticut and the retirees will return. The good they will do in living in connecticut will help the state’s economy and the peoples of the state in many ways.

  3. jim

    Public employee pensions should be taxed including the ones collected out of state. Everyone else’s pensions and retirement income are taxed and so should yours. What makes your pension so special.

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