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The population of Baltimore City has increased for the first time in six decades.
The Trash Tax favors those in more valuable homes.
The Trash Tax may cost those at the bottom of housing rung more in long run.
The less your house is valued at the more taxes you will pay.
Trashing the tax trash idea.
A new plan by Mayor Rawlings-Blake to attract renters to the city will do nothing to help home owners.
City Council fails to address rats or sanitation code violations in 2012.
The City Council believes City population is becoming stable.
Homestead Tax Credit must be submitted to SDAT by December 31, 2012. How many will miss the deadline in Baltimore City is anyone's guess.
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