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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 8/3/2021

Posted by John Brusniak | Aug 03, 2021 | 0 Comments


Hoover council gives $580000 tax break to keep industrial company
Hoover Sun
The Hoover City Council on Monday night agreed to abate about $580,000 worth of property and sales taxes for a Hoover industrial company to allow...


Tax breaks, oil standoff opens rift between Kern lawmakers, Newsom over massive solar projects
The San Joaquin Valley Sun
The other is property taxes. California currently offers a property tax exclusion to property owners that install active solar energy systems on their property ...


$4.4M tax break granted for Chamblee project with nearly 320 apartments
Atlanta Journal Constitution 
The Chamblee Downtown Development Authority approved a tax abatement last Tuesday for the Lumen Chamblee project, which will include 318...

Lee Co. revalues all taxable properties, first time since the 1990's
He said a full assessment was long overdue. This gives the county a chance to assess how values have changed. They want to avoid situations where one property is valued...


Property tax on your house keeps going up. But many commercial properties see a different story
Few topics garner more discussion in Idaho than property taxes. With the residential housing market climbing into the stratosphere in recent years, ...


Political fight ends with new property tax due date
Crain's Chicago Business
Full payment without penalty will be due Oct. 1, a delay that comes after a sharp clash between Assessor Fritz Kaegi and Clerk Karen Yarbrough.


Hamilton County property owner's suit over fire stations belongs in plenary courts, tax court rules
Indiana Lawyer
But Morris sued after Clay Township and Carmel agreed to impose a uniform tax rate on all of the taxable property throughout the township – including ...


Lancaster County plans to lower property tax levy
LINCOLN, Neb. — An unusual influx of cash will allow Lancaster County lower its property tax levy, officials said. The county has more money than ...


Affordable Housing Proponents Seek Property Tax Reform
The Tablet Catholic Newspaper
Assessor of the Town of Islip, Long Island. In this 1975 case, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that property should be assessed at "market value"...

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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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