Legislation allows seniors to reduce property taxes by volunteering

LEGISLATIVE LEADERS have yet to say whether the General Assembly will be brought back into session this year to deal with unresolved issues, including proposals to legalize recreational marijuana. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NICOLE DOTZENROD
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. General Assembly has approved legislation that would allow property owners aged 60 or older to reduce their property taxes by up to $1,500 annually, in exchange for volunteer work. The bill has been transmitted to Gov. Daniel J. McKee. It would allow towns to establish plans that would essentially let seniors…

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