Shelter in the Sunshine City
Rick Kriseman

If I deem my residential property a “sanctuary property” I’ll assume I will no longer be following the city’s property tax laws and city codes. Who would I contact for a refund, as I plan to deem my property a “sanctuary property” retroactively to 2004 and would like my money back?

If I deem my business a “sanctuary business” I’ll assume I will no longer be paying annual fees and taxes.

I’ll assume the mayor is fine with me picking and choosing which city laws and regulations to follow.

And, finally, did I miss the city’s public forums or council meetings where the citizens provided input, or their representatives voted on, the pros and cons of becoming a sanctuary city?

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