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000013413 245__ $$aFINANCING FARMLAND PRESERVATION: THE TWIN CITIES METROPOLITAN AREA EXPERIENCE
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000013413 270__ $$msjtaff@umn.edu$$pTaff,   Steven J.
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000013413 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000013413 446__ $$aEnglish
000013413 490__ $$aStaff Paper P94-09
000013413 520__ $$aTwo farmland protection programs in the Twin Cities (Minnesota) Metropolitan Area--Green Acres and Agricultural Preserves-- together enrolled 608,331 acres in 1992.  The principal financing tool was a provision common to both programs under which participating landowners paid reduced property taxes in exchange for certain non- development assurances.  The resulting shift in property tax obligations to other taxpayers amounted to $7.6 million for the 1993 tax year, an average shift of $12.50 per enrolled acre.  Annual per- acre tax reductions across localities ranged from zero to $933.
000013413 650__ $$aLand Economics/Use
000013413 700__ $$aGreden, Leah R.
000013413 700__ $$aTaff, Steven J.
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