Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 6/12/2019

Posted by Lauren Brusniak | Jun 12, 2019 | 0 Comments


Plant City approves Home Depot deal for distribution hub
Tampa Bay Business Journal
The public hearing took place on June 10 to approve granting an economic development ad valorem tax exemption for Home Depot U.S.A. Inc.


Walmart property tax appeal could cost Brunswick $128K in tax revenue
Maine Municipal News Blog
Walmart property tax appeal could cost Brunswick $128K in tax revenue. https://bit.ly/2R3Rz71. This entry was posted in General, Municipal News on ...


Wal-Mart files tax appeal for IM store
Iron Mountain Daily News
IRON MOUNTAIN — Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is appealing the property tax assessment for its supercenter on South Stephenson Avenue, seeking a ...


Cook County approves new assessor
Cook County has a new assessor. Bob Thompson, who is currently employed in the assessor's office, will be the new county assessor. Thompson will ...


Bozeman Residents Upset With Property Tax Increases [Listen]
Many residents are reeling from sticker shock as they open their current property tax bills. Gallatin Valley residents are looking at a hefty increase in ...

New appraisals shock, overwhelm Missoula property owners
The Missoulian
One downtown Missoula property's assessed value increased from .... “Property owners also can go before the state tax appeal board, but most things ...


Eversource wins $3.5M tax suit against Portsmouth
City Assessor Rosann Maurice-Lentz said Tuesday Rockingham County Superior Court adopted Eversource's position that its Schiller Station real ...


Charlotte retailers work to slash their tax bill. Will millions in tax dollars vanish?
Charlotte Observer
Also like residential owners, retailers are looking to pare down their property tax bills. Unlike residential property owners, however, retailers are ...

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