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No property tax relief as county council approves $785.3M spending plan.

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No property tax relief: Council approves $785.3M spending plan
No property tax relief: Council approves $785.3M spending plan

There will be no tax breaks for Hawaii County property owners this year, after the County Council on Thursday shot down attempts by three council members to divvy up for property owners a budget windfall stemming from a booming economy that sent property values skyrocketing.


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