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8/15/2007

Nexus Aggressively Pursues Property Tax Exemption

Staff Writer

According to recent reports, Nexus remains aggressive in its stubborn refusal to pay their tax obligation. CEO Jim D'Angelo threatened to leave the county if they didn't receive a free ride in Onamia. New Executive Administrator Paul Smith threatened that Nexus would leave the state if they had to pay for their own lunch. Smith also directed employees and MLA supporters to pressure the county commissioners, and harass the senior appraiser at the Minnesota Revenue with letter and phone calls in an effort to intimidate her into changing her stance that Nexus does not meet the requirements for property tax exemption in Minnesota. Their latest effort includes inviting tax assessors to visit Mille Lacs Academy for a tour of the facilities.

Instead of trying to schmooze and intimidate, perhaps Nexus should work towards qualifying for property tax relief.

 

Nexus

Property Taxes.
They
Stay, They Pay!

 

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