Fall River City Council Unanimously Supports New State Tax
FALL RIVER — At a meeting on Tuesday, Fall River's City Council voted unanimously to support a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would add an extra 4% tax on any income over $1 million for Massachusetts residents.
Funds raised through the proposed measure — informally called the "Fair Share Amendment" — would be spent on education and transportation, according to the draft bill.
Massachusetts voters will decide on the proposed tax in the Nov. 8 election. If approved, it would take effect starting Jan. 1, 2023.
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The motion to support the measure was made by Councilor Bradford Kilby, and was approved unanimously, without any discussion.
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Well this is surely a blast from the past. While exploring Google Maps' street view feature recently, I came across an old still from 2012 mixed in with the more recent ones. It showed an almost decade-old look at Fall River's New Harbour Mall, which is now dead and has been replaced by the stores at the SouthCoast Marketplace. The more I looked around the intersection on William Canning Boulevard, the more I began to see remnants of the past, some that may now be long-forgotten for some. This Fall River intersection has changed so much in the past near-decade, but if you're needing a little look in the rearview to see how far it's come, check out some of the following stills.
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