Ramsey and Hennepin County Mortgage Registry and Deed Tax-Environment Response Funds

April 13, 2012 at 11:19 am

ImageBoth the Hennepin and Ramsey taxes are set to expire and the extension of these two taxes isn’t getting enough traction at the Capitol.

At the April 5th public policy committee meeting, the committee agreed that the money raised and spent on cleaning up polluted and contaminated land is important for redevelopment.

If you have utilized or plan to utilize these funds and feel that the money raised by the tax is vital to contamination cleanup and economic development, you should contact the Tax Chairs at the Capitol and urge them to continue to impose the mortgage registry and deed tax.

Lorrie Louder, St. Paul Port Authority, provides a background of the tax, its status at the Capitol, and other words of help in an April 5th email. Read her email on Environment Response Funds (ERF).

A meeting at the Capitol with Representative Davids is scheduled for the 16th and Lorrie asks that you send your emails as soon as possible.

Letter from the St. Paul Port Authority to Ramsey County re: ERF
Ramsey County ERF talking points
Facts about Ramsey County’s ERF

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