Municipalities worry about property tax
Senate Resources told communities want seat at the table in discussions on PILT, payment in lieu of taxes, not just consultation
Municipalities are expressing dissatisfaction with the property tax consultation role assigned to them under the heads of agreement which the state has negotiated for equity participation in an Alaska LNG project.
And they are unwilling to wait until later to see that their concerns are met.
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