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Minnesota Revenue Commissioner Myron Frans participates earlier this year in the Dayton administration budget unveiling. He plans to try to persuade local governments that plan to raise property taxes to reconsider. (Forum News Service file photo by Don Davis)

Future state aid may be at stake as property taxes appear headed up

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By Don Davis

Forum News Service

ST. PAUL — The future of state aid that many local Minnesota governments depend on may be at stake in the next few weeks as property taxes appeared to be headed up.

By mid-December, city, county and other local officials decide how much property tax they will collect. Those decisions come on the heels of the Democratic Legislature and governor sending them large bundles of new money in the name of property tax relief.

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