Ypsilanti City Mayor-Income Tax Needed to Support Services

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Services for Real Estate Pros with Sevick Law PLLC

Great link to the Mayor's Corner for the City of Ypsilanti addressing the discussion to place a City Income Tax on the November 2007 ballot for vote and just exactly what it is needed for. 

The proposal is calling for a 1% tax on residents of the City and an 1/2% tax on non-residents who work in the City of Ypsilanti.  This does not affect Ypsilanti Township residents, which is the majority of the population within the designation of "Ypsilanti".  One thing this tax will do is to generate some income from the staff at Eastern Michigan University that work, but do not reside in the City. 

Only time will tell how this develops and the City's Website should have current facts as this progresses. 


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