BAKER SEEKS TRANSFER TAX HIKE TO PROTECT PROPERTIES
1/18/19 1:46 PM
Gov. Charlie Baker plans to proposed an estimated $137 million annual increase in the excise tax paid on real estate transfers, a proposal he said Friday morning will generate $1 billion over the next decade to protect properties and help cities and towns cope with climate change impacts.
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