May 19, 2013 |
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After having to battle the county appraiser at the state level last year over their ridiculously inflated valuation of my home, all I can say is it's about damn time they faced reality.
It's okay they will raise property taxes to make up for the losses and when the rates go up, just leave them.
Or raise the valuations on homes 159,00 and lower to offset the declining value of high end properties. Wish the article had given some specific examples.
What about commercial property? Raise their valuation and get more mone to offset lower return on residential.
Property taxes are WAY to high in this town! I shouldn't have to go without while the city throws money around. Take care of citizen's quality of life and not your pet projects and big agenda.
They are remember??? what do you think the athletic field, PD, and the treatment plant projects are for??
Property values have been inflated for years and years.
Expect user fees to take a hike ..... user fees are taxes no matter what politicians think. Wild spending at city hall needs a moratorium.
The more the city expands the more it cost to maintain.... grab your wallets.
We have a chance to pay lower property taxes. All we have to do is vote against the new bond proposal and our tax bills will decrease by 10 mils.
Keep that in mind when you hear that the new spending 'won't raise taxes'. Technically, to a weasel, this is true, but it will keep taxes from going back to the lower levels we were promised.
Its all good, we are going to get a new library!
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