If there’s no public access to Gogebic’s iron mine, should the owners still get a tax break?

You see, under current law, property owners who allow public access on such land get a tax break, which can, in certain instances be sizable. What has been lost in the conversation is the hefty tax bill property owners receive if they don’t play ball with the state. And, if they bow out of the “tax break” and close off their land during the life of the agreement, they face back taxes.

Via Tax break or strong-arming? The other part of the WI woodlands debate @ Wisconsin Reporter.

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