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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 2/12/2021

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ARKANSAS

43 proposed Arkansas constitutional amendments filed
ktlo.com
HJR1002 – An amendment providing an annual ad valorem tax for the maintenance and operation of schools and the retirement of indebtedness shall ...

ILLINOIS

Fix or sell? Illinois' high property taxes make either tough
Illinois Policy
So he was stunned when he got his property tax bill – for $20,000, or 16% of the purchase price. “$20,000 annually in property taxes is what you pay for ...

NEBRASKA

New bill looks to tackle familiar property tax issue
NTV
— High property taxes and how to get them lower have been a conversation of the Nebraska unicameral for years. A new piece of legislation Lb454 ...

NORTH CAROLINA

County sends out property revaluation tax bills two years early
Lexington Dispatch
The Davidson County Tax Assessors Office began sending out tax revaluation bills on Feb. 5, two years earlier than in the past. Last March, the county ...

PENNSYLVANIA

Councilwoman wants to give Erie County's volunteer firefighters 20% property tax discount
GoErie.com
West Ridge Fire Chief Gerald DeRosa received $60 last year when he and 10 others applied for Millcreek Township's new property tax incentive for ...

VIRGINIA

King William supervisors throw out 2021 reassessment, citing numerous errors
Daily Press
Chastang was hired in September as the county's tax assessor, but he left the position in February. According to newly elected Commissioner of the ...

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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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