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3A supports Basalt’s future

Basalt government has made some mistakes in the past, but asking for a “yes” vote on 3A is not one of them. By voting “yes,” residents are keeping the real estate taxes at their current level. This is not a tax increase.

With a “yes” vote, Basalt can continue town services at current levels. Some residents may be annoyed over the laxity in governance, but this is not the time to cut taxes and services for our beautiful town.

Anne Baker


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