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December 9, 2009

 

Dems Say Prop Tax Caps a Choice Between Conscience and Reelection

Some Democratic lawmakers see a vote on property tax caps as a gamble between following their conscience or continuing their political career.

June 24, 2009

 

Lost Chrysler Property Taxes Could Triple Kokomo Budget Cuts

The City of Kokomo's budget could be crippled if it does not include almost $6 million in property tax revenue which would have been paid by Chrysler.

June 1, 2009

 

To Remedy Future Shortfalls, Bart. Co. Council Tries to Act Now

The Bartholomew County Council must consider many new taxes all at once as an end-of-the-summer deadline approaches.

April 15, 2009

 

Kruzan: Less Posturing Means More Informing

As a proposal to speed up enactment of property tax caps in Indiana heads for a Statehouse conference committee, Bloomington's mayor said he's skeptical of the amendment. Still, Democrat Mark Kruzan appears to be siding with some of his political opponents.

April 1, 2009

 

Property Tax Challenges

In a year in which record flooding also strapped the finances of local governments, a change to statewide property tax caps had an unintended consequence – less money to municipalities. As Hoosiers saw their sales taxes go up and their property taxes go down, cities and towns saw only the need for even more belt-tightening than a sagging economy already mandated.

March 30, 2009

 

Mayors Oppose Property Tax Speedup

A proposal passed by a House committee last week would speed up implementation of property tax caps in Indiana. The provision purports to save property owners $200 million this year. But, as WFIU's Stan Jastrzebski reports, mayors of cities where those homeowners live are not as enthusiastic...

March 25, 2009

 

Kokomo Could Lose $2 Million in Property Tax Revenue

A speed-up in the implementation of property tax caps could cost the city of Kokomo $2 million if the amendment containing the new language becomes law.

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