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Tax break for private school opposed

Should an exclusive private school get a tax break from Victoria's city hall? Bill Sudds, who lives in the Gonzales neighbourhood of Fairfield, close to Glenlyon Norfolk private school, says no.

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Sudds voiced his objection to city council, which is reviewing its policy of "Permissive Tax Exemptions" to dozens of non-profit groups. You can see details of the exemptions in the latest Public Bodies Report from City Hall (for 2010), starting on page 10.

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