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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 2/18/2022

Posted by John Brusniak | Feb 18, 2022 | 0 Comments


Park Plaza mall valued at $30M in settlement with Pulaski County assessor's office
The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The value of Park Plaza shopping mall was reduced 40% and its new owners will be refunded about $500000 as part of an agreement reached between...


Ind. House OKs Tax Abatement For New Farm Equipment
Indiana would make new farm equipment and agricultural improvements eligible for local property tax abatement under a bill passed by the state...

BF Goodrich granted 10-year tax abatement
The Journal Gazette
Allen County Council approved the tax abatement request Thursday for the tire manufacturer that is a division of Michelin North America. BF Goodrich…

Burlington is giving Catalent tax breaks to expand, but is there enough housing?
Indiana Public Media
The first tax abatement is a 90 percent relief on personal property tax...the estimated total value is $2.1 million in abated taxes per year,…


Nationwide Mutual Insurance wins tax appeal against Polk County
The Des Moines Register
Polk County Assessor Randy Ripperger said Nationwide could either ask for a...who ruled the county board of assessors' valuation of Nationwide's…


Overland Park officials worry city could lose millions in annual tax revenue with Walmart 'dark store' win
Shawnee Mission Post
If the Kansas Supreme Court rules against Johnson County in its appeal of a lower court's ruling on how to appraise Walmart stores' properties, it likely won't be a budget killer right away for Overland Park, said City Manager Bill Ebel.


Ky. Supreme Court hears arguments in JCPS tax case
The Kentucky Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday morning in a case against a 9.5% property tax increase levied by the Jefferson County Board of Education in 2020.


NYC commercial buildings have kept 92% of value despite pandemic, city says
Crain's New York
The city's commercial properties have retained almost all their pre-pandemic value despite going through nearly two full years of unprecedented struggles, according to Mayor Eric Adams' preliminary budget.


County's Appraisal District meeting draws crowd
Colorado County Citizen
The meeting room of the Colorado County Appraisal District Board of Directors overflowed with concerned citizens and a few former employees at the...

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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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