PORT REPUBLIC — While most neighboring municipalities will impose steep tax increases or cut staff and services, this small city plans to decrease the local tax rate by 4.6 cents. It has been able to do so because of a minimalist government and a public that has grown fond of a simplified life. The city provides few services — and its residents largely do not want more.
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