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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 12/1/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Dec 01, 2022 | 0 Comments


San Francisco Has Voted to Tax Corporate Landlords for Leaving Housing Vacant
Truth Out
With nearly 60,000 unoccupied units, San Francisco has a significant vacancy problem, in addition to an acute affordable housing shortage. This creates something of an irony: The city simultaneously has too few and too many rooms available.


18 La Grange Homes Missing From Tax Rolls: Official
Cook County is far behind in assessing the homes in the Mason Pointe townhome development in La Grange. Eighteen of the homes are missing from the tax rolls, according to the Lyons Township Assessor's office. In other cases, similar homes built next door to each other have far different property tax bills.


Seymour companies receive tax abatements
Seymour Tribune
One of Jackson County's largest employers and a smaller company have announced investments at their facilities. During a meeting Monday night, the Seymour City Council approved statements of benefits and tax abatements for Valeo North America Inc. and O&K American Corp. Those came on 5-0 votes with councilmen Drew Storey and Chad Hubbard absent.


Property taxes in Worcester to rise despite councilors voting for lowest possible residential rate
Worcester property owners are still going to see an increase in their taxes for 2023, despite Worcester City Councilors voting in favor of the lowest possible tax rate at their meeting Tuesday night. The council voted 7 to 4 for a residential tax rate of $14.34 per $1,000 of assessed value and a Commercial, Industrial, Personal Property Tax rate of $31.26 per $1,000.

In split vote, Westfield shifts slightly more tax burden to commercial properties
The City Council voted 8-4 Monday evening to raise the fiscal 2023 tax shift factor to 1.69, an increase from the current 1.68, as councilors displayed a range of opinions on how to apportion the burden between residential and commercial properties.


Court photos show St. Louis aldermen taking thousands in bribes
Federal prosecutors on Tuesday released never-before-seen photos of three former St. Louis aldermen accepting bribes from a north St. Louis gas station owner-turned-undercover FBI informant. The dozen date-stamped photos, released as part of a sentencing memorandum for the three men, show Reed, Jeffrey Boyd and John Collins-Muhammad sitting across from Mohammad Almuttan at various times between May 2021 and March of this year.


Fort Worth City Council approves 10-year tax abatement for a new manufacturing facility in Alliance
Community Impact
The Fort Worth City Council unanimously approved the execution of a 10-year tax abatement agreement with Beauty Manufacturing Solutions Corporation during their regular meeting Nov. 29 for the development of a 400,000-square-foot manufacturing facility located at 5650 Alliance Gateway Freeway in the Alliance area of Fort Worth.

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John Brusniak

John Brusniak, Jr. is the dean of Texas property tax litigation.  He was licensed to practice law in 1976,   His early career involved general litigation and appellate work in both the federal and state courts until he was handed his first property tax matter.  It arose prior to the implementatio...


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