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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 8/29/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Aug 29, 2019 | 0 Comments


The Value of Valuations: What's It Worth?
“There are challenges ahead as there are in many industries within real estate,” said George Paquette, SRA, Chief Appraiser, Valuations, with ...


'A public service': Berkeley homeowner sues city over alleged property overtaxation
Daily Californian
Encouraging homeowner scrutiny, Spindler said that if the county tax assessor and the city Financial Department square footage numbers do not align ...


Norwalk tax assessors resign over handling of property revaluations
Westfair Online
Norwalk Tax Assessor Michael Stewart and Assistant Tax Assessor William O'Brien have resigned from those posts, allowing Mayor Harry Rilling to, ...

CCM says its property tax analysis contained flawed data
The CT Mirror
A Connecticut Conference of Municipalities report highlighting rising property taxes across much of the state contained a major factual error, CCM ...


Grant County School Board suing for alleged tax under-assessment of Ark Encounter
WKRC TV Cincinnati
The school board appealed the assessment to the assessor, then the County Appeals Board, then the State Claims Commission. All appeals were ...


Group claims majority of Uptown homes not assessed
WDSU New Orleans
UPDATE: @Nola_Hilf says she's formally asked Louisiana's Legislative Auditor to do a formal performance audit of the the Orleans Parish Assessor's ...
WDSU Investigates: New Orleans assessor adjusts values for his personal properties
WDSU New Orleans
High property assessments have rankled many New Orleans residents who are bracing for higher taxes. Assessor Erroll Williams stands behind the ...


Nassau assessment office needs to 'answer the phone!,' new bill says
Majority Republicans in the Nassau County Legislature have filed an "Answer the Phone!" bill to force the assessment department to staff a dedicated ...


Ohio might strip Cleveland of ability to collect property taxes on $175-million Ohio City project, city ...
That proposal would have granted 100 percent abatement for 30 years on new taxes generated by the project. The authority tabled the matter after ...

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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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