#Property Taxes

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HUHS district considers athletic referendum

HARTFORD — The Hartford Union High School District is looking to share information and gather feedback from the district on a possible referendum, as the School Board will be deciding in January whether to place one on the April ballots to fund the Orioles Onward $12.5 million upgrade campaign. HUHS...

County Treasurer Says Tax Collections on Schedule

Stevens County Treasurer/Auditor Stephanie Buss told the Board of Commissioners at their meeting last Wednesday that tax revenue collections are on schedule with last year. Buss gave the tax numbers as part of her annual Year in Review summary. “The property taxes for 2021 we collected $17,634,268,” Buss reported. “What...

See what you're going to owe: Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas posts First Installment property tax bills on website

CHICAGO, Dec. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas has posted the First Installment Tax Year 2021 bills on The First Installment, which is 55 percent of the previous year's total tax, is due March 1, 2022. By providing an early look at the bills, property owners can plan their finances or make payments before the end of the year.

Village of Cambridge approves tax levy

At their final meeting in November, the Cambridge Village Board approved a tentative tax levy of $213,223, down from last year’s $223,792. This year’s lower levy will save Cambridge taxpayers approximately 4.51 percent on the village tax amount, according to Steve Brown, village administrator. The tax rate would go from...
Bemidji Pioneer

Bemidji tax levy, budget for 2022 previewed before finalization

BEMIDJI -- Before the final vote on the budget and tax levy scheduled later this month, Bemidji residents and the City Council were given a preview of what to expect financially in 2022. According to a Truth in Taxation presentation given by Bemidji Finance Director Ron Eischens, the total city...

Xcel valuation drop prompts a late, steep decline in local tax base

MANKATO — A large reduction in the taxable value of Xcel Energy property delivered a hit to Mankato’s tax base, forcing some late cuts to the city’s budget. The budget, nearly $300,000 smaller than anticipated three weeks ago, received unanimous approval from the City Council Monday night after no residents offered any questions or comments following the annual budget hearing.

Village Board Approves Flat Property Tax Levy for Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Budget

The Lisle Village Board of Trustees approved a flat property tax levy at their meeting held on December 6, 2021. The approximately $4.9 million property tax levy remains equal to the 2020 levy and is payable by property owners in 2022. The average property owner is expected to experience a reduction in the Village of Lisle’s portion of their property tax bill due to the addition of new properties within the Village's corporate boundaries.

North Carolina’s Favorable Tax Climate Entices Toyota

Since the release of North Carolina’s conference budget on November 15th, there has been much speculation over the budget’s promise of a large grant award to a qualifying company that will invest in Randolph County’s “megasite industrial park.” State and local leaders detailed a package of performance-based incentives valued at more than $435 million. On Monday afternoon, Gov. Roy Cooper formally approved Japanese automaker Toyota as the grant recipient.
Norwalk Hour

CT tax amnesty collects $12.5 million in first month

Connecticut’s latest tax amnesty program has collected $12.5 million since its launch on Nov. 1, with some taxpayers paying debts more than 20 years old, Mark Boughton, the commissioner of revenue services, said Monday. “We anticipate that this will probably raise around $40 million to $50 million this year in...

Help for homeowners coming from new New York State program

Applications will open January 3, 2022 for a newly announced Homeowner Assistance Fund that New York State says “is a federally funded program dedicated to assisting homeowners who are at risk of default, foreclosure or displacement as result of a financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.”. The goal is...
Wicked Local

Average homeowner in Mansfield will see $234 more in tax bill

MANSFIELD - The new tax split for 2022 gives residents a 3 percent increase and industrial property owners a 4.8 percent increase while commercial property will see a decrease. The Select Board voted unanimously Nov. 17 to change the split rate from 1.34 to 1.18. The new split shifts the...