Town Assessor Kerry Leichtmann reports that the 2012 property tax rate will remain at the 2011 level of $12.21, or $1,220 per $100,000 in property value. Read more

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 A hearing on a proposed tax rate for Hill County generated little interest Tuesday morning, August 28. Read more

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 Residents of Richmond Hill will see no increase in the ad valorem tax millage in 2013 as the City Council voted unanimously to keep the rate at 4.209 mills for the sixth consecutive year. Read more

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 The auto industry could soon be expanding in the metro, and the expansion could mean job security for employees in Kansas City, KS. Read more

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 The city’s board of control approved a $100,000 grant to Taylor-Winfield Technologies Inc., which is spending $2 million to relocate its administrative and engineering offices to the Salt Springs Business Park. Read more

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 A plan to redevelop the bakery block downtown has gained official – though tentative – approval of the City Council. Read more

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 Crawfordsville Redevelopment Commission members passed a tax abatement resolution for MainStreet LLP during its Wednesday meeting. Read more

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 Examiner-area neighborhoods in Bellaire, West University Place and Memorial continue to post some of the strongest growth in appraised property values in the county, according to a report provided by the Harris County Appraisal District on Monday, Aug. 27. Read more

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 The average homeowner in Williamson County will pay about $3 more in taxes under the $129.4 million 2012-13 spending plan approved by the Commissioners Court Tuesday. Read more

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 To prepare for expected growth in the future, the Splendora Independent School District board members approved the facilities committee’s recommendations to bring a bond measure to the voters in November. Read more

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 The assessed value of property in Wayne County dropped during the past year as the county followed the downturn in the region’s economy. Read more

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 Property owners across Watertown have been opening up letters this week from Associated Appraisal Consultants and receiving grim, but not unexpected news. Read more

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 The incredible shrinking Minneapolis tax base is back for the fifth straight year. The city’s estimated market value is $32.1 billion as of the January assessment roll.  Read more

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 The Rockland Board of Assessors has contracted the revaluation firm, pk Valuation Group, to begin a 6-year town-wide residential inspection program as required by the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. Read more

 Fulton County Board of Assessors member Donald Johnson's fight to keep is professional appraiser's license isn't over. Read more

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 City of Bloomington Township trustees likely will be asked to adopt a one-year salary freeze for elected township officials, which would be in line with the salary sacrifices asked in recent years of the city’s employees. Read more

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 One day after a NewsChannel 5 investigation, the state is notifying some prominent Putnam County landowners they owe unpaid property taxes for the last three years. Read more

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 As many as 14 more Loudoun County employees may be implicated in the ongoing lawsuit between former county assessor Todd Kaufman and top county officials. Read more

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 Big Spring City Council is faced with a tough fiscal decision in the coming weeks, as the municipality will have to choose between going more than 2 cents above the proposed tax rate or find a way to make up for more than $130,000 in lost revenue. Read more

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 The property tax rate for Collin County is expected to remain at $0.24 per $100 valuation for the coming fiscal year. Read more

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Recent News

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 7:25am

Westlake City Council approved a 10-year, 75 percent tax abatement for Hyland Software recently, and while this sounds like a good deal, the package did not please everyone. Read More

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 7:26am

A recent lawsuit is reviving a dispute from the late 1990s over taxation of the part of New Britain's minor league ballfield that juts into Berlin. Read More

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 7:27am

Before county commissioners approve a 24.5 percent property tax rate increase for Hernando County residents they need to address the tax revenue lost from unrepaired sinkhole homes. Read More

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 7:28am

Cook County residents who claim homeowner exemptions they do not deserve will now face fines under a new law Gov. Pat Quinn signed this week. Read More

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 7:30am

Pam Carter says it's pretty simple: She just wants her money back. Read More