Durham Considers Car Tax Exemption for Disabled Residents

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    Durham is considering a tax exemption for vehicles modified to accommodate people with disabilities and a public hearing will be held tonight to discuss it.

    The proposed ordinance
    would exempt vehicles that are specifically modified to carry someone with a handicap, either as a passenger or the driver, from personal property taxes.

    The meeting will take place at 8 p.m.  in the third-floor meeting room of town hall.
     

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