The Bartholomew County Assessor says his office has settled about half of the property tax appeals it received from the 2012 reassessments.
There have been an unprecedented number of appeals by Bartholomew County residents over property taxes.
The first bill the governor signed into law prevents a $57 million in farm property tax increase.
Indiana Farm Bureau has been lobbying for a formula that would compare soil productivity to a state average and leave management practices out of the equation.
While some property owners have seen their property value assessments rising, the statewide trends had remained relatively stable.
In 2012, a total of six school districts are asking for more property tax revenue to cover operating expenses, down from 20 in 2010.
The Indiana legislature is investigating whether property taxes in Marion County are being manipulated.
Some school districts would rather slash their budgets than ask for state loans.
The Ellettsville Town Council has unanimously voted to request the re-establishment of the town’s Cumulative Capital Development Fund.
Columbus officials say they expect taxpayers to get more credits from the state, meaning the city may be able to increase taxes and not increase tax burdens.