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Brusniak Turner Fine Updates 9/19/2019

Posted by John Brusniak | Sep 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

COLORADO

Colorado's oil & gas development pays its own way — and then some
coloradopolitics.com
For example, while North Dakota does not impose ad valorem taxes on oil and natural gas production, Colorado does and, often, at a high rate.

FLORIDA

GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: A First for Fort Lauderdale and Our ...
Florida Business Daily
Merchandise of every description may be held in the zone without being subject to tariffs (customs duties) and other ad valorem taxes (taxes based on ...

LOUISIANA

Louisiana Voters To Consider Property Tax Exemption For Oil And Gas Companies
FOX 15
When voters head to the polls this October, they will consider several constitutional amendments including one that maintains a property tax ...

MINNESOTA


School Board Approves Trobec's Tax Abatement
WJON News
At Wednesday night's school board meeting, the St. Cloud Area School District voted unanimously to approve a tax abatement for Trobec's Bus ...

PENNSYLVANIA

Erie's LERTA tax breaks approved for $9 million in construction
GoErie.com
LERTA now offers 10-year, 100 percent tax abatements on city and county taxes for improvements made to commercial and residential properties.

TENNESSEE

Assessor Haynes Said He Hired 1st 3 Female Appraisers
The Chattanoogan
Marty Haynes, the assessor of property for Hamilton County, as much as he strives to keep his spot in Hamilton County's government, told members of ...

TEXAS

Republicans oppose a Harris County tax hike. A quirk in Texas law may allow them to stop it.
Houston Chronicle
10 proposed raising the overall property tax rate 2.26 cents per $100 of assessed value. The existing rate is 63 cents per $100 of assessed value.

Solar plant in Tom Green County becoming a reality
San Angelo Standard Times
More: Tom Green County tax-abatement deal paves way for new solar farm near San Angelo. The San Angelo Economic Development Division of the ...

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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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