Included in the state budget for FY2023 is a provision to cap the motor vehicle tax at 32.46 mills, which will save West Hartford taxpayers a combined sum of roughly $4.6 million, with the difference in revenue to the town provided through a grant from the state.
By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.com
Alongside Democratic legislative leaders, Gov. Ned Lamont signed the $24 billion budget adjustment Monday that includes $600 million in tax relief.
That’s more than they anticipated they would be able to offer Connecticut residents this Election year because revenue came in higher than expected, but it still creates about an $800 million deficit in 2024.
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