Suffolk has a pretty good financial health for the moment according to a consultant for the city. That could change if the city does not raise property taxes in the future. If the current level of services is kept the city could be looking at a 10 to 11 cent incres by 2013. That is assuming that property prices don't increase over the next few years. I am an optimist and expect them to increase so the property tax doesn't have to.
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