Daily NAPTA Update 12.14.22

Posted by Diane Macri | Dec 14, 2022


Dillard's sues BOE for lower taxes
According to the complaint filed with the Craighead County Circuit Court, Dillard's Dollars, lnc., is appealing the Nov. 2 judgment entered by Judge Marvin Day in the County Court of Craighead County, which sided with the BOE's decision to denying further relief and affirmed the market value that the BOE established for the property earlier this year.


SoCal Edison Loses Effort to Cut Property Tax for Wildfire Risk
Bloomberg Tax
Southern California Edison Co. failed to convince California's elected tax board for the third year in a row that risks and expenses from the “new reality” of wildfires should reduce the company's property values and annual tax bill significantly.


Hubbard County officials explain 19% tax levy increase
Park Rapids Enterprise
At $19,100,000, Hubbard County's proposed property tax levy for 2023 is a 19% increase from last year. That's a $3.1 million increase compared to 2022's $16,050,000 final levy. Ten percent of the levy increase – roughly $1.6 million – is a capture of new construction tax capacity from Enbridge's Line 3 project.


GISD rejects tax abatement proposal for Weser Solar
The board considered approving an application from RES that would mitigate property taxes for the solar panel facility located approximately 10 miles north of Goliad near the Weser and Weesatche communities.

Bexar County commissioners approve tax breaks for Bill Miller Bar-B-Q, DeLorean
Express News
Commissioners also gave approval for a 10-year, 75 percent tax abatement on property taxes worth an estimated $1.1 million to Bill Miller for its new headquarters at Texas 151 and Old...

Tesla secures tax incentives for proposed S. Texas lithium refinery
Austin Business Journal
Robstown ISD has unanimously approved tax incentives for a plant Tesla has proposed building in South Texas. The facility would process, refine and manufacture battery materials to support the company's supply chain. Tesla is expected to decide in the coming weeks between sites in Texas, Louisiana and Canada for the facility.

Texas City Says It Was Right To Seize Jet For Unpaid Taxes
A charter-plane company can't make El Paso and its tax collector face claims for the seizing of a jet to receive over $400,000 in unpaid taxes when the city was acting within its power, the city told a Texas appellate court.


Petersburg set to mail corrected real estate tax bills to residents
When thousands of Petersburg residents saw a smaller-than-expected quarterly real estate tax bill back in September, they were pleasantly surprised but soon realized the bill was too good to be true. “I knew that the other shoe was going to drop,” said one homeowner. “We did learn that there was a mistake in the billing.”

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