Fairway City Council raises property tax levy 44.8 percent

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 13-08-2010-05-2008

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Fairway City Council raises property tax levy 44.8 percent
The Fairway City Council voted Thursday night to raise its property tax levy 44.8 percent to make up for a projected 0,000 budget shortfall next year. Prior to the 5-3 vote, residents spent two hours urging the city to make budget cuts rather than increase taxes. They also recommended using 0,000 from the city’s reserve fund to reduce the amount of the mill levy increase. It was the fourth …
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Property owners ask to join Lancaster city historic district

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 12-08-2010-05-2008

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Property owners ask to join Lancaster city historic district
Lancaster City Council members Tuesday began consideration of a measure that would expand the historic district to include the 400 block of West Marion Street.Residents collected signatures from 17 of the block’s 23 property owners and petitioned the city Historical Architectural Review Board la…
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Pa. city shames owners of blighted property on Web

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 04-08-2010-05-2008

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Pa. city shames owners of blighted property on Web
Property owners neglecting their homes in one eastern Pennsylvania city are getting an online shaming.
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LSL Property profit beats market view
(Reuters) – Estate agent LSL Property Services ( LSL.L ) posted a higher first-half pretax profit that beat market estimates, driven by growth in its estate agency and surveying divisions, but said the outlook for the market continued to be uncertain.
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City desires property

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 01-08-2010-05-2008

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City desires property
Washington is proceeding with plans to buy the property that once housed the Beaufort County Ed Tech Center near the Bobby Andrews Recreation Center on East Seventh Street.
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Property prices falling, sales slow
Asking prices for properties are falling but they are taking longer to sell, figures released today show.
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Osage City Residents Upset Property Could Be Taken If Airport Expands

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 29-07-2010-05-2008

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Osage City Residents Upset Property Could Be Taken If Airport Expands
Several property owners in Osage City are upset they could lose their land, if the city’s municipal airport expands.
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Haines City: Higher millage, lower property taxes?

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 25-07-2010-05-2008

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Haines City: Higher millage, lower property taxes?
HAINES CITY – Haines City property owners will be paying a higher millage rate next year, but their overall property taxes actually could be lower because of the continuing drop in property values.
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Property owners sue Ameren over cleanup
The owner of the former McCabe Scrap metal site, 151 W. Ferris St., and her son have filed suit in U.S. District Court, Central District in Peoria, against Ameren. Ethel Carlson, Galesburg, and Rex Carlson, Wataga, are asking the court to order Ameren to remove all waste from the former Galesburg Gas Light and Coke Co. property, as well as surrounding land and water.
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MJC City bags RM2 mln sales during property roadshow

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 18-07-2010-05-2008

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MJC City bags RM2 mln sales during property roadshow
KUCHING: The MJC Property Roadshow secured another RM2 million in sales during its two-day coverage at ParkCity Mall, Bintulu.
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NJ Senate Takes Up Property Tax Measures
The New Jersey Senate on Monday will begin considering nearly three dozen bills designed to help towns, counties and school districts contain costs and hold property tax increases to 2 percent a year. Gov. Chris Christie announced the so-called “toolkit” measures in May after proposing a .4 billion budget that cut more than 0 million from schools, suspended property tax rebates and trimmed …
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5% Property Tax Increase Presented to City Council

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 07-07-2010-05-2008

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5% Property Tax Increase Presented to City Council
City manager Joyce Wilson presented her budget proposal for the next fiscal year in front of the city council Tuesday. The proposal includes a 5 percent property tax increase to make up for an increase in cost of public services such as police and fire departments, Wilson said.
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House On City Property

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 07-07-2010-05-2008

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House On City Property
When a local resident decided to sell a piece of property with a home recently, she got a big surprise. Rather than the condition of the economy limiting potential gain Sue Weaver learned, instead, the home she wants to sell isn’t exactly on the property she thought it was located upon.
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City of Regina drive-through property tax payment kiosk opens

Posted by property | Posted in Real Estate | Posted on 28-06-2010-05-2008

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City of Regina drive-through property tax payment kiosk opens
The Wednesday deadline for Regina residents to pay their property taxes is approaching fast.
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N.J. Assembly Democrats to study Christie’s property tax cap plan
Assembly Democrats this summer will study Governor Christie’s proposals to cap property tax growth at 2.5 percent cap and his 33-bill “toolkit” to help towns meet it.
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