Title

Portland is home to numerous tax-exempt properties, from Maine Medical Center an

Authors

Bob Young

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

12-2-1993

Pages

1, 8-11

Abstract

Portland is home to numerous tax-exempt properties, from Maine Medical Center and Regional Waste Systems to Goodwill and the YWCA. The city currently has about $875 million worth of tax-exempt property, and the average Portland homeowner would pay about 22 percent, or $535, less in property taxes if those properties were added to the tax rolls. Details, list of 25 largest tax-exempt property owners, list of tax-exempt property owners who pay the city in lieu of taxes.

Subjects

Property, Tax-exempt, Taxation -- Property tax -- Portland

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