About two dozen members of the public gathered in Hampton to learn about state legislators’ ideas for replacing school property taxes with other funding sources, such as higher sales and income taxes, and taxing some retirement income.

Property taxes are “the number one issue I hear about” from constituents, State Rep. Torren Ecker, R-193, told the audience Wednesday at the United Hook & Ladder station at 5371 Carlisle St.

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