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A muddled and controversial deal to spend $2.3 billion for a gleaming new courthouse in Long Beach has from the start attracted criticism of its finances like moths to a flame. Now the Los Angeles tax assessor is suing for millions of dollars in property taxes on the building that, if the suit is successful, would wind up being paid from an already beleaguered court budget. Read More

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A Washington County Board of Supervisors committee on Monday voted in favor of a “Gold Star parents” tax exemption, a tax break for parents whose child died in the line of duty serving in the armed forces during a period of war. Read More

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Governor Cuomo and the legislature approved a plan in the state budget to encourage local governments and schools to merge and share services over the next few years, in an attempt to lower property taxes.  But according to a study by school administrators, attempts at school district mergers in recent years have failed, partly because the public doesn’t want them. Read More

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Mary Lou and Tom Riley, owners of a Hazel Crest house that disappeared from Cook County property tax rolls, will be getting a refund check for more than $17,000.

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 10:08pm

A muddled and controversial deal to spend $2.3 billion for a gleaming new courthouse in Long Beach has from the start attracted criticism of its finances like moths to a flame. Now the Los Angeles tax assessor is suing for millions of dollars in property taxes on the building that, if the suit is successful, would wind up being paid from an already beleaguered court budget. Read More

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 10:04pm
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 - 10:03pm
Monday, April 21, 2014 - 10:09pm

A Washington County Board of Supervisors committee on Monday voted in favor of a “Gold Star parents” tax exemption, a tax break for parents whose child died in the line of duty serving in the armed forces during a period of war. Read More

Monday, April 21, 2014 - 10:07pm

Governor Cuomo and the legislature approved a plan in the state budget to encourage local governments and schools to merge and share services over the next few years, in an attempt to lower property taxes.  But according to a study by school administrators, attempts at school district mergers in recent years have failed, partly because the public doesn’t want them. Read More