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Mille Lacs County, Minnesota

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Since 4/18/07

In the 17 years it has occupied Onamia, what has Nexus given back to the community?





Saturday October 20, 2007

Mille Lacs Messenger Screws up AGAIN!

Mille Lacs News Staff Writer


Well, the Mille Lacs Messenger is back to its old tricks. Last week it reported that Onamia school superintendent John Varner would deny Nexus' tax abatement proposal and would not support academy privatization.


This week the local paper reported that Nexus had not applied for tax abatement with the school. The article made it sound like Nexus never considered trying to dodge its taxes. THIS IS NOT TRUE! Nexus has tried time and time again to get property tax exemption in Mower, Crow Wing, and Mille Lacs Counties. Having been denied tax exemption from the county assessors as well as the Minnesota Department of Revenue, Nexus then turned to tax abatement, which virtually will give Nexus the privilege of operating its business in our community without the nuisance of having to pay taxes like the rest of us... This is a terrible selfish corporation which has done nothing to pay its own way in our community. It hasn't given us anything back. In fact, we have ended up having to support Nexus!


The Mille Lacs Messenger should be ashamed. People trust the local media to provide good, accurate information. Kevin Anderson's personal agenda should be kept out of the newspaper business. The people of this county are sick and tired of all the bamboozlement taking place.






Check out more Messenger messes.

In a recent poll, 81% of Onamians would choose sex offenders over a brand new Corvette.

No dummy, Mike chose the Corvette and gave us the sex offenders.

Larry chose new carpet instead.




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