How wind farms are supercharging the economies of rural America
A wind power boom in the nation's central corridor has been a financial windfall for some struggling rural areas. Coke County, Texas, which has a population of about 3,300, had the biggest increase in economic output of any county in the country between 2019 and 2021, according to a Stateline analysis of Bureau of Economic Analysis statistics. Coke County's gross domestic product, or GDP, increased from $128 million to $235 million, or 83%.
$30,000 an acre: Eye-popping farmland prices in northwest Iowa have an impact across the Midwest
Farmland prices have continued to rise in the upper Midwest, despite increasing interest rates and concerns about farm profit margins. Some of the most eye-popping prices have been in northwest Iowa.
Corning sending out property value reassessments
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The City of Corning Assessor's Office announced that starting Jan. 27, 2023, it will mail New Preliminary Full Value Assessment Disclosure Notices to all property owners. The office also emphasized that reassessment doesn't create more tax revenue for the City; “it simply redistributes the tax burden fairly.”
Neshaminy, Oxford Valley malls drop in property value on Bucks County tax rolls
The sad state of the Neshaminy and Oxford Valley malls could result in higher property taxes for the rest of Bensalem and Middletown and lead to cuts to local services and schools. Every year, Bensalem and the Bensalem School District, Middletown and the Neshaminy School District receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in property taxes from Bucks County's two largest malls.
Midland County Commissioners Court vote down tax abatement for NextEra wind farm
The Midland County Commissioners' Court denied granting a tax abatement to NextEra for its wind farm on Pioneer Natural Resources' land in southeast Midland County on Monday. All four commissioners voting on the matter voted denied granting the tax abatement. County Judge Terry Johnson abstained due to his personal business dealings with Pioneer.
Texas OKs $31 billion in business tax breaks as program ends
Texas' largest company incentive program is useless — for now — however a rush of functions as the legislation expired final yr has put taxpayers on the hook for a projected $31 billion in tax breaks for practically three many years to come back, a Houston Chronicle evaluation has discovered.
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