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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 6/3/2019

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INTERNATIONAL

Property tax a heavy burden for Greeks
www.ekathimerini.com
Greek property owners are among Europe's most heavily burdened by taxes, according to a study by Washington-based think tank the Tax Foundation ...

ALABAMA

Alabama utility reaches deal for $125M solar project
San Francisco Chronicle
The project was initially delayed over concerns about the length of a tax abatement, the newspaper reported. ___. Information from: Montgomery ...

INDIANA

Sullivan County Council tax abatement update: Thumbs down to Sullivan Solar, thumbs up to ...
Indiana Economic Digest
The Sullivan County Council voted to revoke a tax abatement to Sullivan Solar, which built a solar power farm near Sullivan, during its monthly ...

IOWA

Delaware County Reappraising Properties with Door-to-Door Inspections
kmch.com (blog)
Delaware County Assessor Dan Lett says the purpose is to equalize property assessments so that each taxpayer is responsible for paying only his or ...

MASSACHUSETTS

Nonprofits Don't Have to Pay Taxes, But Boston Still Hopes They'll Chip In
Governing
As tax-exempt institutions, nonprofits don't pay property taxes. That's a big deal in Boston, where half the city's relatively modest land mass is not ...

MICHIGAN

City approves 2 year tax abatement for new senior living facility
TrueNorthRadioNetwork.com - True North Radio Network: Serving all of Northern Michagan
The Alpena Municipal Council recently approved a two-year tax abatement for owners of a new assisted living facility being constructed at the corner ...

NEBRASKA

Gov. Ricketts vetoes Property Tax Increase Bill
NTV
LB 492 would give new property tax authority to a new local unit of government known as the "Regional Metropolitan Transit Authority," to charge up to ...

Nebraska lawmakers end session without agreeing on plan for big property taxreductions
Sand Hills Express
LINCOLN — Nebraska lawmakers headed home for good Friday after passing a few last bills, overriding a gubernatorial veto and receiving thanks ...

NEVADA

Reno asks lawmakers for emergency measure to raise property taxes for more cops, firefighters
Reno Gazette Journal
The city of Reno on Friday asked the Nevada Legislature for emergency measure that would allow cities to raise property taxes to address ...

Construction delayed on Southern California-Las Vegas train
Washington Post
The company, formerly named Brightline, was seeking partial abatement of state sales and property taxes, but talks with state lawmakers did not ...

NEW YORK

Johnstown adopts budget with 14.6 percent tax levy increase
The Daily Gazette
The 14.6 percent tax levy increase is the maximum allowed under New York state's property tax cap, which means a 51 percent majority vote on June ...

TEXAS

Texas Counties With Highest and Lowest Property Taxes
Sporcle
Can you name the Top 10 and Bottom 10 Texas Counties By Average Property Tax Rate? Test your knowledge on this geography quiz to see how you ...

WISCONSIN

DARK STORE LOOPHOLE Is closing the loophole the answer?
Greater Milwaukee Today
“Communities like West Bend have suffered when large retailers challenge their property tax bills,” he said. “These legal challenges have increased ...

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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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