If you aren’t informed, here’s the breakdown:
YES: vote in favor of enacting a tax on property left vacant for over 50 days a year at annual rates of $6,000 per parcel and $3,000 for condominium units to fund resources to address homelessness and illegal dumping.
NO:is a vote against enacting a tax on property left vacant for over 50 days a year at annual rates of $6,000 per parcel and $3,000 for condominium units.
 
My view: If you took the time to read this you probably already know that there’s no mention of how the “resources” will get to the hand(s) of the homeless and/or stop illegal dumping. Furthermore, there’s no exemption for properties going through the environmental remediation mandated by the local authority.  Meaning, if the property is contaminated the cost to cure has now just gone up!  Gosh, talk about more red tape and fees developers incur to redevelop these hairy properties.