By Jeff Horseman | [email protected] | The Press-EnterprisePUBLISHED: April 29, 2019 at 9:18 am | UPDATED: April 29, 2019 at 9:18 am Aug. 1 is the deadline to file a claim for a property tax refund from Riverside County. Almost 600 refunds totaling more than $486,000 are unclaimed. Under state law, refunds that go unclaimed for four years after the payment date – or one year after a requested claim form has been mailed to a taxpayer, whichever is later – can be transferred to a county’s general fund. Completed claim forms and supporting documentation should be emailed to [email protected] or mailed to Riverside County Treasurer-Tax Collector, Attn: Property Tax Unclaimed Refunds, P.O. Box 12005, Riverside, CA 92502-2205. Filing instructions and a list of unclaimed refunds can be found on the treasurer/tax collector’s website, www.countytreasurer.org. … [Read more...] about You have until Aug. 1 to file for an unclaimed property tax refund from Riverside County
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Express-News Editorial Board Published 12:00 am CDT, Sunday, April 21, 2019 Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Speaker Dennis Bonnen have strongly pushed property tax reform, but what is contemplated — revenue caps on local governments — is the wrong way to go. Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Speaker Dennis Bonnen have strongly pushed property tax reform, but what is contemplated — revenue caps on local governments — is the wrong way to go. Photo: Ricardo Brazziell /Associated Press Photo: Ricardo Brazziell /Associated Press Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Speaker Dennis Bonnen have strongly pushed property tax reform, but what is contemplated — revenue caps on local … [Read more...] about Property tax revenue caps will be a blow to San Antonio
I wrote a companion book of the same name about this bigger-than-life character that will be released when the play opens.The project will be unveiled on Friday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m. at UTA Libraries' sixth floor atrium where I'll be speaking to the Friends of the UTA Libraries on "The Making of the Amon Project." The address is 702 Planetarium Place, Arlington, 76019.You're invited to this event at a perfect location because many of the 100 photos I used in the book come from this library.The event is free, and no reservations are needed. Free parking is arranged for guests in Lot F10, two blocks from the library near the corner of West 4th and Southwest Street. (Permit requirement is waved.) The Maverick Garage is closer at 708 S. West Street, but there's a fee.Learn more about my project at AmonPlay.com.Back to watchdoggingHere's some great news you probably missed.The FBI is shifting its mindset from its prime focus on fighting terrorism to fighting cyber criminals.The Wall Street … [Read more...] about Why is Denton County’s chief appraiser lodging a protest against property tax protesters?
Hawthorn Woods voters will decide in April whether to increase property taxes to fund a $25.7 million comprehensive road improvement program. The need for such a program and discussion of how to pay for it has percolated for several years. The talk has intensified as village streets further deteriorated. After meeting with homeowner groups, hosting public information sessions and surveying residents, a tax hike was determined to be the preferred method to raise money, officials say. On Monday, the village board agreed to have the question placed on the April 2 consolidated election ballot.Voters will be asked whether the village tax rate should be increased to generate nearly $1.8 million per year. If approved, the tax bill for a home valued at $500,000 would increase by about $650 a year beginning in 2020."We're trying to fix this so it's sustainable and fiscally responsible," said Pam Newton, the village's chief operating officer. "We're looking at an equitable rate for all. It … [Read more...] about Hawthorn Woods wants property tax hike to fund $25.7 million road plan
Adobe Stock Provo voters this fall will have a chance to decide whether they want to pay more in property taxes over the next 20 years for a new city hall and a new police and fire building. Related Links Feds loan Provo $2.5 million for airport infrastructure improvements New Provo High School completed in time for school year PROVO — Provo voters this fall will have a chance to decide whether they want to pay more in property taxes over the next 20 years for a new city hall and a new police and fire building. The Provo City Council this week voted to put a question on the November ballot on whether voters would approve a $69 million, 20-year bond to finance the construction of a new police and fire headquarters, emergency dispatch center and a city hall in downtown Provo, as well as a new fire station to replace Fire Station No. 2 on Canyon Road. The bond, if passed by voters, would raise property taxes by nearly $120 a year on a $265,000 residence, or … [Read more...] about Provo voters to decide whether to pay more in property taxes to replace ‘dilapidated’ city buildings