Governor’s car tax plan means higher property taxes

To the Editor:

It’s amazing that President Barack Obama, in part, is pulling a Robin Hood by taking from the people with money and spreading it around.

Now Democratic Dan Malloy wants to eliminate the motor vehicle tax, which in turn means the property tax will increase.

People who buy expensive cars know that they will pay more tax. But there are many people in Shelton (homeowners) who will not appreciate the property tax increases.

State Rep. Jason Perillo is right to oppose the governor’s proposal.

 

Ken Longo

Shelton

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