Last week’s decision by an independent appraisal review board rejecting a bid by Sandy Creek Energy Associates to cut its Riesel-based coal-fired power plant’s tax appraisal by nearly two-thirds might count for little amid continuing litigation between power-plant owners and the McLennan County Appraisal District. But it’s a symbolic win for the little guy who fulfills his civic duty and pays his property taxes — and then wonders why Big Business often squirms out of doing the same. Read More
Caito Foods Service Inc. plans to spend $14.7 million to expand its east-side distribution operations, creating as many as 342 jobs by the end of 2019, according to a tax abatement request filed with the Department of Metropolitan Development. Read More
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