A House bill to eliminate all school property taxes would fall $1.5 billion short of generating enough money to replace the revenue existing property taxes raise, according to a report from Pennsylvania's Independent Fiscal Office. Read more
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue is taking the lead in warning government agencies statewide about property tax compression, a once abstract economic threat that is now taking a very real toll on local budgets. Read more
State Question 758 would cap property tax assessment increases for owner-occupied homes and farm land at 3 percent per year. The current cap on assessment increases on all property is 5 percent. Read more
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
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