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June 20, 2014 3:12 PM

Letter | Proposed Surfside Beach tax hike not fair to residents

We would like to extend our dismay and discontent for the new proposed tax increase and levy. We work hard at 63 and 65 years of age and are not sitting on the pier fishing all day. We are contending with prostate cancer, health insurance bills, rising fuel costs, electric and water bills, along with high property insurance rates.

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