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Despite a struggling real estate market and high unemployment,
The guys who created the boundaries in Piedmont a hundred years ago are probably having a good laugh about this one.
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Noah’s Ark is getting a sweet tax deal.
The planned bible-themed amusement park in Williamstown will get a 75 percent tax discount over the...
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa believes he may have an answer – at least partly so – for California’s extreme financial...
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Charles Wang, owner of the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders, became the latest owner to say his team need a new arena or else....
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The race for the Knox County Property Assessor job is already turning ugly between former friends John Whitehead and Phil Ballard.
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For years, nonprofit organizations have come to California hoping to take advantage of the state’s exemption from property taxes for such...
A couple of years ago, forestry company UPM Blandin earned outstanding publicity for putting all of its forestland – nearly 190,000 acres...
New Orleans homeowners in some of the areas hit hardest by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 recently learned that their property tax assessments were rising...