Every few years, legislators have to weigh the concerns of homeowners and city businesses and figure out a way to avoid skyrocketing residential property tax increases.
Today, they finally came to an agreement. By a vote of 132 to 6, the state House of Representatives passed a legislative property tax fix. One of the six nays? Possible mayoral candidate and State Rep. Kelvin Roldan. He’s the only member of the Hartford delegation to oppose the bill. The measure now moves to the senate.