Baltimore First Responders Who Own A Home In The City May Soon Be Offered A $2,500 Tax Break


Firefighters, police officers and sheriff’s deputies may soon be offered a property tax break, if they own a home in the city. The tax break, worth $2,500 is part of an effort to urge first responders to live within the city limits.

Baltimore leaders also believe the move could help mend and build better relationships between police and the community.

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The Baltimore Sun reports that Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young and Councilman Eric T. Costello will introduce a legislation that would allow the discount at a council meeting Monday.

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