Clearwater changes foreseen from ruling - 1993-10-14

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F15.png Clearwater changes foreseen from ruling October 14, 1993, Ned Seaton, St. Petersburg Times

The city has not received property taxes from Scientology during the 11-year battle over whether the group's property should be tax exempt, and any tax money the city would have gotten would have been an unexpected bonus, said Finance Director Dan Deignan.

But Deignan figures that if the IRS decision had gone the other way, the city would have been in line for nearly $2-million in back taxes on the more than 11 Scientology-owned properties, valued at $25.4-million.


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