Thursday, February 26, 2015

Should nonprofits pay something for city services?

Should tax-exempt nonprofits pay something for city services? Or do nonprofits provide benefits to the community that outweigh their use of city services?

Should nonprofits pay something for city services?

Should tax-exempt nonprofits pay something for city services? Or do nonprofits provide benefits to the community that outweigh their use of city services?

Weigh on the issue, which I wrote about today, in this poll.

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