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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 7/22/2021

Posted by John Brusniak | Jul 22, 2021 | 0 Comments


Review of Ontario property tax system more urgent than ever after COVID-19: report
Toronto Star
A new report by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce says an overhaul of property taxes and more municipal autonomy will be key to Ontario's recovery ...



Napa County assessment roll hits record $45.5 billion
Napa Valley Register
The Assessor's Office also reviewed commercial and industrial properties ... They can notify the Assessor's Office for an informal review before Nov.



State Supreme Court Dismisses Religious Discrimination Suit Against Mount Pleasant
The Examiner News
“I'm pleased that the Supreme Court continues to uphold the town assessor's determination of the taxability of the Legion's 161-acre vacant property...



Cuyahoga County's property-tax revaluation process is unfair to homeowners
Every three years, Cuyahoga County revalues property and holds our homes hostage with the threat of a tax lien foreclosure sheriff's ...



Aiken County Council OK property tax incentive for Roll-Royce plant expansion in Graniteville
At Tuesday's Aiken County Council meeting, members voted to enter a fee-in-lieu of tax payments transaction, one of the state's property tax incentive.



Tire company gets deal rolling on $900000 tax break for Waco distribution center
Waco Tribune-Herald
Waco, meanwhile, will receive $676,450 in new property tax revenue during the operation's first 10 years. A resolution passed by McLennan County ...

City looking into tax abatements for residents wanting to make improvements

Jack County Herald

As part of the Monday, July 12 meeting, City Manager Mike Smith said the proposed policy would allow a three-year tax abatement for improvements ...



Mayfair mall sues the city of Wauwatosa for $2.7 million, claiming the city's tax assessment was too ...

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

"The City assessor claimed that because 2021 was a maintenance year for the City, no adjustments, either up or down, were made to property values...

Walmart sues Beaver Dam over property taxes, again
Beaver Dam Daily Citizen
Lowering the property values would lower Walmart's property taxes, shifting more of the tax burden onto other owners in the city. Walmart has already...

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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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