The Board of Assessors has finalized the rules so members of the National Guard or United States Reserves can receive a property tax abatement if they are activated and sent to a foreign country. Read more
The Itasca County Board of Commissioners approved a property tax abatement for the expansion of a Grand Rapids manufacturing company that expects to provide additional job opportunities with wages of more than $18/hour. Read more
The home of Wichita City Council member and state Senate candidate Michael O’Donnell is going back on the tax rolls and his father’s church will get a bill for back taxes through 2010, the Sedgwick County Appraiser’s Office has ruled. Read more
A large private landowner posted "Keep Out" signs barring motorized access to popular hunting and snowmobiling grounds in northern Minnesota in retaliation for losing most of a state tax break for keeping the land open. Read more
The house where Pavlos Melas, officer of the Hellenic Army and among the first who organized and participated in the Greek Struggle for Macedonia lived his precious moments of family bliss, is threatened by a triple siege. Read More
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