Rising home values, growth lower Mesa taxes

By Tom Scanlon | East Valley Tribune

Ah, the beauty of running a rapidly-expanding city: You can charge less, yet still have much more money to spend.
At a study session last week, the Mesa City Council was delighted to hear residents will be paying more in taxes this year.

Why?

Because Mesa renters and home and business owners will be paying less than expected.

During a presentation last May, council was told the $100 million Mesa Moves transportation bond would show up as an added $28 on a median homeowner’s tax bill.

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