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Property values slashed $193M

In Escambia County, when property values doubled and tripled after Hurricane Ivan, property owners were told to grin and bear it. In Baldwin County, the…

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Moby misses the mark

PNJ columnist Mark “Moby” O’Brien in his column today (Fire fee fallout: Property tax cut would hurt waterfront plans) misses the mark. I’m not sure…

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Pensacola drops millage

On Monday, the City of Pensacola Finance Committee approved the City Manager’s recommended 2008 millage of 4.598 mills, down from 4.95. This will be voted…

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30-40-50 tax plan…will it fly?

A Miami mortgage broker, Bernie Navarro, heads a group that has written its own property tax reform plan that he wants to get on the…

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Tax Revolt

The Sarasota News Herald takes a different view of the special tax session than the Pensacola daily newspaper. There are some upset people in South…

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Property taxes articles – statewide

Miami Herald: Taxes cut; more may come Legislators ended a special session by approving a huge property-tax cut — and giving voters the opportunity next…

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Property tax Q & A

The daily has devoted days of coverage to property taxes, and I still get questions about what is the real impact. The Orlando Sentinel did…

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INweekly newspaper highlights

MonDaily Dose PNJ writes on Joe Scarborough replacing Imus and has another property tax article. The Daily News is asleep and doesn’t update website. News…

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Explain this Dave Murzin

South Florida Sun-Sentinel: The Florida Legislature ended its annual session without achieving its No. 1 goal: reducing property taxes. Legislators did, however, vote to increase…

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