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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 1/27/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Jan 27, 2022 | 0 Comments


US Rep. Buddy Carter's property tax squabble continues
The Current GA
Camden County Attorney John Myers represented the Board of Assessors; Brunswick-based Garret Meader represented the county's Board of Equalization.


Walmart will provide data to city assessor
The Ellsworth American
24 after the megastore's attorney, Bruce Stavitsky, and City Assessor Larry Gardner agreed on the details of the data Walmart will release to the…


Detroit property values climb 30%, marking fifth straight year of growth, officials say
Detroit News
Detroit Assessor Alvin Horhn, in response to Sheffield's Saturday forum, said the city has spent millions modernizing its assessment process and…


Mississippi Renewable Energy Projects Poised For Continued Growth As New Tax...
JD Supra valorem tax exemptions to qualifying renewable energy projects. ...any county in Mississippi to grant an ad valorem tax exemption up to an…


IDA approves tax breaks for major solar project
Observer Today
The IDA board unanimously approved a 30-year PILOT agreement, sales tax abatements, and a mortgage recording tax abatement for the project.


Ardagh gets tax abatement | Sandusky Register Deal factors into company's $411M...
Sandusky Register
The company produces recycled materials, such as beverage cans. The abatement forgives 100% of all property taxes for new development for a 15-year…


Washington tax-cut bill Senate hearing draws passionate support, opposition
Washington Examiner
SB 5769 is four-part tax relief bill that would exempt the first $250,000 of a primary residence from the state property tax, eliminate the business and occupation tax, repeal the new capital gains income tax, and get rid of the new long-term care program and the tax that pays for it.

WA farmers markets may get displaced by obscure tax break expiring
Poulsbo Mayor Becky Erickson doesn't want to imagine her city's downtown without its weekly farmers market. Yet, if the state Legislature doesn't act soon, she may have to.


WV House committee advances coal property tax bill previously estimated to cost local governments $12M
WV Gazette Mail
A West Virginia House of Delegates committee has advanced the same coal industry-friendly bill that drew opposition last legislative session…

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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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