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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 6/10/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Jun 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

CANADA
 

Oilpatch downturn has cost Calgary $300M in tax revenue from downtown offices now sitting empty
CBC.ca
On Monday, it will debate a property tax rebate package for business property owners outside the core who are facing large tax hikes as the tax ...

COLORADO
 

Larimer County hasn't gotten this many property value protests in at least 20 years
The Coloradoan
The Larimer County Assessor's Office is wading through 22,700 property valuation protests, the highest number in at least 20 years. The office will ...

INDIANA
 

City orders Delco Foods to pay nearly $100000 for breaking incentive deal
Indianapolis Business Journal
Delco—also known as Delco Foods of Indiana—received the 7-year tax abatement on the promise it would invest more than $1.5 million in personal ...
 
Auto Supplier Announces Indiana Expansion
ThomasNet News
The Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance worked with the Delaware County Council to approve a 10-year tax abatement for the ...

MAINE
 

Walmart property tax appeal could cost Brunswick $128000 in loss of revenue
Press Herald
This is a common move for the retail giant, which has reportedly been appealing property tax valuations around the country for years, “looking for any ...

NEBRASKA
 

Lancaster County homeowners prevailed in 1 of every 3 valuation protests last year
Lincoln Journal Star
Before County Assessor Rob Ogden finalized valuations in March, his staff held about 7,200 meetings with property owners concerned about their ...

NEW YORK
 

Why this Latham shopping center went 'condo'
Albany Business Review
Alegra Edelman, a town attorney, and Ron Monfils, the assessor, said they were told by Zee the property owner doesn't intend to sell. The condo filing ...
 
As Cuomo Moves out of West: Thanks for the Tax Cap, Gov!
Yonkers Times
While Cuomo did not own the New Castle home with Lee, he shared the expenses, which included a $38,000 property tax bill. While those of us who ...

TEXAS
 

Lakefront tax break: Why mansions on Lake Austin are exempt from city taxes
Austin American-Statesman
They own some of the most coveted real estate in the city of Austin, sprawling expanses that line the shores of the Colorado River in West Austin, yet ...
 
Sprawling $330 million wind farm could get county tax break
Waco Tribune-Herald
County commissioners were scheduled Tuesday to consider a series of agenda items related to the zone, including a tax abatement agreement with ...
 
City council unanimous: End Ocean Spray tax abatement
The Sulphur Springs News-Telegram
The city decided to end the tax abatement given to Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. per a unanimous vote at the June 3 regular session of the city ...
 
Industrial Values in Dallas County Up 15.5%
KE Andrews
Within the industrial sector, properties on average were noticed 15.5% higher ... Previous « Cuyahoga County Property Tax Case: Repayment May Be ...

WISCONSIN
 

Blugold Real Estate sues City of Eau Claire over tax dispute
WQOW TV News 18
Blugold Real Estate, an arm of the UW-Eau Claire Foundation, claims it should ... “As within our right, we filed for property tax exemption,” Way said.

WYOMING
 

Tax collections uncertain amid Wyoming coal bankruptcies
Midland Reporter-Telegram
The company filed for bankruptcy May 10, which also was the deadline for paying $8.3 million Cloud Peak owed Campbell County in ad valorem taxes ...

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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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