Dawes County won enough votes to stop a recommendation by the Nebraska Department of Revenue to increase agricultural values in market area one by an additional 16 percent at a show cause hearing. Read More
Agricultural land values are expected to trend upward when new valuations are released later this year in Dawes County, and if the state has its way, the valuations could spike higher than predicted. Read More
Otoe County Assessor Therese Gruber told county commissioners Tuesday that portions of the Kimmel Orchard and Vineyard Educational Foundation's property near 5995 G Road will not be exempt from property taxes. Read More
At the Nebraska Farm Bureau convention in Kearney Dec. 3-4, voting delegates reiterated their support for efforts to reform Nebraska’s tax system as a means to provide tax relief and help enhance Nebraska’s economic competitiveness. Read More
The Cassgram reports the county began efforts several years ago, primarily the hiring of a special appraiser, to determine what it believed to be a truer value of active mining properties than what had been used before.Read more
A Nebraska state tax credit will offset part of the real property taxes levied this year. The Nebraska Department of Revenue announced that real property owners will receive a credit of $71.50 per $100,000 of value. Read more
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