Port of Seattle Set to Hike Property Levy for Debt Service, Projects

Williams, Rochelle
November 2002
Bond Buyer;11/27/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31522, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on an expected increase in property tax levied by authorities of Port of Seattle in Seattle, Washington to primarily pay for debt service and capital improvement projects. Maximum property tax that can be levied by the authorities; Increase in the property tax in 1992; Advantages of increasing the tax.


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