Dimona wants to raise nuclear center’s taxes 1,200%
Negev town says the tax it's been paying doesn't reflect the facility’s true area.
Dimona plans to increase the property tax levied on the Negev Nuclear Research Center by more than 1,200 percent. The complex sits on a much bigger piece of land than stipulated in its original tax agreement with the facility, says the city. It concludes that the center should be paying 63 million shekels a year (about $18 million) instead of the 5 million shekels it now pays.
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