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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 9/16/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Sep 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

ILLINOIS

Millions in Tax Breaks for Ed Burke's Law Clients Fronted by Fellow Aldermen
Better Government Association (BGA)
The measures were for industrial businesses in Burke's 14th Ward whose owners also were clients of Burke's property tax law firm, Klafter & Burke.

INDIANA

Shell plant planning $20 million upgrade: Michigan City Council approves tax abatement for firm in ...
Indiana Economic Digest
MICHIGAN CITY — A manufacturing business that has operated in Michigan City for nearly 70 years won't be going away any time soon, and is ...

LOUISIANA

CHANGING LANGUAGE | Four constitutional amendments, covering variety of topics, will appear ...
KPVI News 6
1) Do you support an amendment to allow the City of New Orleans to exempt property within Orleans Parish from all or part of ad valorem taxes that ...

MICHIGAN

Appeals settled in tax tribunal filings
Iron Mountain Daily News
Breitung Township assessor Mike Gillett said the municipality wasn't in a strong bargaining position. The settlement reflects “basically what was on the ...

MINNESOTA

County considers tax implications for short-term rentals
wtip.org
County Assessor Bob Thompson said the county recently changed the classification of vacation rentals from seasonal recreation to residential ...

NEW YORK

Attack this tax: Troubling signs that de Blasio may not be up for a property taxoverhaul after all
New York Daily News
De Blasio vowed to tackle property tax reform years ago. He and other elected officials understand the status quo is indefensible. He must not lose ...
 
 
Tax Debt Forces East Harlem Nonprofit to Cancel Fall Programs
Spectrum News NY1
Nonprofits are normally exempt from property taxes, but the top three floors are rental units that help support the operating costs downstairs.
 
Ithaca Beer Company just barely gained approval for an amended tax abatementfollowing a vote by the Tompkins County Industrial Development ...

OHIO

MRC owes more than $400000 in property tax
Zanesville Times Recorder
ZANESVILLE - An application to forgive Muskingum Recreation Center more than $300,000 in delinquent property tax remains unanswered, a lawsuit ...

OKLAHOMA

Guardians of the Gates: Gateway Ministries and the church that wasn't
The Frontier
The head of a politically influential Tulsa-based group used the organization's status as a church to obtain property tax exemptions for his family's ...

TEXAS

The McLennan County Appraisal District made its changing of the guard official Thursday when it approved a severance package with 11-year Chief ...
 
 
San Patricio County officials concerned about lack of employees at TPCO plant
KIIITV.com
According to Krebs, the abatement agreement the company signed required them to have 400 workers by now, but they only had around 100.

EDITORIAL: MCAD board shift on chief appraiser may reflect changing times in Waco
Waco Tribune-Herald
McLennan County Appraisal District board members have been somewhat hesitant to explain not renewing the contract of longtime MCAD Chief ...

WEST VIRGINIA

Assessor needs $6000 to send out certified letters
WV News
KINGWOOD — Preston County Assessor Connie Ervin is concerned about residents who will see an increase of 10 percent or more on their taxes ...

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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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