By Nathalie Hardy • Columnist • 

Evergreen angling for legislative relief

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"He said the bill exempts not only the land museums actually occupy, but also “open land not in agricultural use,” without limiting the acreage." This would allow non-profits to buy up an unlimited amount of land and not pay tax. The tax burden would then shift to general public.

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