NYC Hikes Property Taxes, Slashes Services

New York City approves changes in its budget that slashes many city services and raises property taxes by 18.5 percent — the biggest property-tax hike in decades. Budget woes prompted Mayor Michael Bloomberg to rethink his opposition to new tax increases. Fred Mogul reports.

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