Boston is rife with untracked tax breaks - The Boston Globewalterhorn
Not sure about the "proximity axis" but, if the desideratum is nearness, then LVT is a bit of a double edged sword: LVT could facilitate suburbs miles a way
Eric, you wrote: So what can I be suggesting to governments and policy makers as strategies that can do the job? My rough understanding of LVT is that if we
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