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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 12/9/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Dec 09, 2019 | 0 Comments

ARIZONA

No evidence Paul Petersen neglected assessor duties, investigators find
12news.com KPNX
PHOENIX — There is no evidence that Paul Petersen neglected his duties as Maricopa County assessor, according to an investigative report ...

COLORADO

Colorado Appeals Board Finds County's Evidence Sufficient to Support Golf Club's Assigned Value ...
Sports News Bay
The Colorado Board of Assessment Appeals Dec. 3 decided to deny Taxpayer's petition for an abatement or refund of Eagle County's property tax ...

MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi Supreme Court hears oral arguments on county case
Picayune Item
Companies with leases at the Picayune Municipal Airport can be exempt from ad valorem taxes if they use the property they lease for “commercial ...

NEW JERSEY

Controversial bill allowing property tax hikes clears Senate committee
nj.com
The state Senate budget committee on Thursday approved a bill that would allow school districts losing state aid to make up their losses through ...

NEW YORK

The Taxman Cometh for Some Condos
The New York Times
While prices for these abated units ultimately went up over the past decade, the last five years tell a different story, with sales price actually falling an ...

Kingston paying $57K to settle assessment case with Best Western owner
The Daily Freeman
Instead, lawmakers on at least two occasions met with the city's corporation counsel and its assessor in private to discuss the matter. Tax certiorari is a ...

PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania property tax cut proposals unveiled: See how these 5 plans stack up
Morning Call
A months-long study of how to reform Pennsylvania's school property tax system culminated Friday morning when a working group of lawmakers ...

UTAH

San Juan County, Utah's poorest and highest taxed, is headed for a tax hike
Salt Lake Tribune
Monticello • The highest taxed county in Utah is heading for another property tax hike as the San Juan County Commission attempts to respond to the ...

'Horrific' typo valued Wasatch County home at almost $1 billion. Now taxpayers may end up paying ...
Deseret News
That error — which the Wasatch County assessor explained possibly occurred when a staff member may have dropped their phone on their keyboard ...

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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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