Taxpayer group sues water district over mill levy increase
The Fort Morgan Times
A Colorado taxpayer group has filed a class action lawsuit in the 13th Judicial District Court in Logan County to try to overturn a mill levy increase by the Lower South Platte Water Conservancy District…
Winslow to launch two-year project to ensure properties are assessed correctly
Winslow Assessor Judy Mathiau says the longer-than-normal time frame is intended to obtain more-realistic and accurate fair market values for...
It was once the state's largest shopping mall. Now it is owned by the State of Mississippi.
Magnolia State Live
What was once Mississippi's largest shopping mall when it opened in 1978 is now owned by the State of Mississippi more than four decades later.
Delco challenges tax-exempt properties, says school districts are shortchanged millions
At the behest of Delaware County Council, the county Board of Assessment is reviewing all tax-exempt properties, to identify for-profit entities currently receiving tax abatements.
Will Real Estate Ever Be Normal Again?
The New York Times Magazine
The third time Drew Mena's manager asked him about relocating to Austin, Texas, he and his wife, Amena Sengal, began to seriously consider it
Shift to renewables could slash school funding, study finds
As oil and gas companies slowly become sources of cleaner energy, Texas schools may pay part of the price, according to research from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy
I-Team Investigation Results In New Texas Law Protecting Homeowners From Unexpected Taxes
The homebuyers moved into new housing developments built by some of the biggest builders in Texas; however, some of them said no one told them they were also moving into a public improvement district…
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