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    Default Tax Relief for MS Vol. FF's

    Senate Bill 2021 was signed by the Governor.
    It becomes LAW on July 1st, 2006.

    What does it do???

    Section 1 lowers AdVelorum taxes on trailers, RV's and motorcycles.
    This means your tag will be less that half the cost.

    Section 2 allows the Board of Supervisors of your County to adopt a measure giving a License Plate/Tag credit of up to $100 to any Vol. FF who is now an active member and has been for 3 years.

    Everyone needs to get on their supervisors and get this passed in EVERY County of the State.

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    I need to get a copy of this law, because I know for fact our Supervisors will fight tooth and nail to get around it...

    Thanks for the heads up Medic

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    Thanks for the Info, already passed it on to my supervisor this morning!
    Wren Volunteer Fire Department
    Southern Division


    In Memory of:
    FireFighter/Pilot James Archer
    "Rest in peace James, you now have the ultimate set of wings on you."

    Thanks, LeuitEFDems

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