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  • Swansea leaders balk at giving $517K to St. Clair Township

    Swansea leaders are upset that residents pay $517,000 in property taxes to St. Clair Township for road repairs but none of the money is used on Swansea roads.

Swansea leaders are upset that residents pay $517,000 in property taxes to St. Clair Township for road repairs but none of the money is used on Swansea roads. Mike Koziatek mkoziatek@bnd.com
Swansea leaders are upset that residents pay $517,000 in property taxes to St. Clair Township for road repairs but none of the money is used on Swansea roads. Mike Koziatek mkoziatek@bnd.com

Swansea starts revolt against too many layers of government taxes

September 09, 2017 7:00 PM