Billion-dollar lumber sales barely budge N.B. sawmill assessments
New Brunswick sawmills that won property assessment and tax concessions in 2014 and 2015 to help cope with poor lumber markets are still benefiting from the discounts...
Proposition 120: Voters will decide if Colorado property taxes will go down - at least for some
Colorado's residential property taxes are already among the nation's lowest, but a measure on the 2021 statewide ballot would drop them ever lower — for some.
12-year tax break approved for rehab of oldest commercial building
Ludington Daily News
Ludington's city councilors approved a 12-year tax break on what some say is the city's oldest commercial building at its meeting Monday.
Commonwealth Court Approves Assessment Appeals Based on Recent Sales and Cost Benefit Analysis
In the continuing litigation between taxing bodies and taxpayers over how and when taxing bodies may file property tax assessment appeals, Commonwealth Court...
What to know about Tennessee's school funding formula and the plans to change it
Last week, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced that he and Education Commissioner Penny Schwinn are launching a review of the state's public education funding formula...
Oil hits $80 a barrel for first time since 2014, another recovery milestone for Houston
Oil settled above $80 for the first time in seven years, marking another milestone for the industry and Houston as prices continued to rebound from the worst oil crash in a generation.
ExxonMobil's $1.1M tax abatement with The Woodlands Township terminated
Community Impact Neighborhood
The company said it would not be able to maintain the required number of staff at buildings it occupies in The Woodlands' buildings at Hughes Landing.