Hard-working property owners should bear cost of increased taxes

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I read the state of Idaho with less than 1.7 million residents spends $178 million 1 on illegals. Ironically, a few days later I read Bonner County was pushing for another property tax increasing school levy. As a disabled person with a retired husband living on a limited income, I’m tired of hard-working American property owners footing the bills through increased taxes and $178 million would go a long way in dealing with Idaho’s fiscal issues. Therefore, we vote no.

By the way, Mr. Cary Kelly of the Lake Pend Oreille School Board, hanging up on me doesn’t change my mind.

JANICE GORE

Sandpoint

1 “State by State the Cost of Illegal Immigration Infographics” by Dr. Rich Seeker.

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