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Oneidas say they overpaid taxes by $1M

Tribe will pursue exempt status instead of refund

11:44 PM, Aug. 30, 2013
Oneida tribal administrators, seen in this photo from inside the tribe's administrative building, detected a problem after reorganizing the tribe's housing authority.
Oneida tribal administrators, seen in this photo from inside the tribe's administrative building, detected a problem after reorganizing the tribe's housing authority.
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The Oneida Tribe of Indians is seeking tax breaks on dozens of Brown County properties, saying it overpaid by more than $1 million over several years.

The tax bills came at the same time the tribe's housing authority was giving the city of Green Bay payments in lieu of taxes - totaling another $400,000 over the past 20 years - on many of the same properties.

The overlooked double payments went undetected until a reorganization involving the housing authority exposed the glitch on properties used to house tribal members. ...

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