Pulp friction: Property taxes on large mills under review

The Twin Rivers pulp mill in Edmundston was one of six mills in the province to see its property assessment reduced in 2013. (CBC)

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New Brunswick municipal politicians are hoping a property assessment review underway of the province's six pulp and paper mills will restore some of the $5.9 million in property tax reductions won by the facilities five years ago that caused financial problems in several communities.

"As you can imagine, it was significant," said Edmundston Mayor Cyrille Simard in an email to CBC News about the effect the 2014 tax changes had in his community.  

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Source: CBC News

 

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