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Rep to hold tax measure meeting

State Rep. Lonny Winrich, D-Grand Forks, will host an informational meeting this week to discuss a constitutional measure that would eliminate property taxes in North Dakota if approved by voters this summer.

State Rep. Lonny Winrich, D-Grand Forks, will host an informational meeting this week to discuss a constitutional measure that would eliminate property taxes in North Dakota if approved by voters this summer.

The meeting is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Grand Forks Herald Community Room, located at 375 Second Ave. N. Participants are asked to use the backdoor located in the alley between Third Street North and Fourth Street North on the east side of the Herald.

Winrich is a member of the Legislature's Property Tax Measure Review Committee, which has studied Constitutional Measure 2 since last June. The committee has not made any recommendations for legislative action, but members have collected information about the effects on local taxes and budgeting if the measure is passed by voters June 12.

Wednesday's meeting is designed to benefit local public officials, but also is open to the public and anyone who is interested in the issue.

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