An Anderson steel cutting company plans to invest $7 million to expand its facility and operations, and hire 10 more people. The expansion will happen here as long as the city provides it with a pair of 10-year tax abatements that would save it more than $1 million. Read more
A Merrillville lawyer is vowing to stop an upcoming Lake County treasurer's office tax sale or at least save his office from being auctioned off because its owners haven't paid taxes in 16 years. Read more
The Indiana Department of Local Government Finance has denied the tax increase that Clarksville town leaders passed last week because the increase was not properly published by the state’s Aug. 1 deadline. Read more
Depending on a decision from state officials, Ellettsville residents may have to pay a property tax of up to 5 cents for every $100 dollars of assessed property value. The previous rate was 3 cents per $100. Read more
On Tuesday, Aug. 7, voters in the Woodhaven-Brownstown school district will face a very simple question at the polls: Should non-residential property taxes be restored to their full 18-mill rate? Read more
Northwest Allen County Schools Business Manager Bill Mallers presented the board with the property tax-supported funds of the district's budget Monday evening, revealing the large hits the district has taken due to property tax caps now in place by state law. Read more
Allen County officials are hopeful they will soon receive financial data requested from Glenbrook Square that is necessary to settle years of appeals related to the shopping mall’s property tax assessment. Read more
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