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Fryeburg, Maine, Town Manager Katie Haley sees a number of problems with Maine's Property Tax Stabilization for Senior Citizens program and she described them at the July 28 select board meeting. (DAYMOND STEER PHOTO)

FRYEBURG, Maine — Property Tax Stabilization for Senior Citizens has some serious flaws, according to the Fryeburg town manager and selectmen.

Basically, if you are a senior and register for the program, it freezes your tax bill at whatever it was in April. For example, if you have a $2,000 tax bill and the town raises taxes, your bill stays at $2,000 as long as you remain in the program.

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