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Lancaster city mayor proposes first real estate tax increase in 4 years

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Lancaster city property owners would see the first real estate tax increase since 2019 on top of higher fees for trash, water and sewer under Mayor Danene Sorace's proposed 2023 budget. Public safety is expected to receive $42.5 million under the new budget, which is a 1.6% increase from 2022. City households could also face a total $220 fee increase for all municipal services.
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Lancaster city mayor proposes first real estate tax increase in 4 years

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