FARGO SCHOOL TALK Special Election Frequently Asked Questions
Fargo Public Schools will hold a Special Election on Tuesday, March 11 to approve the Districts general mill levy authority for the next ten years, as required by state law. Visit www.fargo.k12.nd.us/... Posted on 2/17/14 at 9:35 AM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER ‘People have a right to expect lower property taxes’
By Don Davis
The future of state aid that many local Minnesota governments depend on may be at stake in the next few weeks as property taxes appeared to be headed up.
By mid-December, city, county and... Posted on 11/25/13 at 10:07 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Property Taxes: Whose Money Is in the Bucket?
I've had a few questions about several stories I've written about property taxes, and I would like to share with you my bucket analogy, which simplifies some of the complex things that determine a per... Posted on 4/5/12 at 2:52 PM
THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND House agrees to higher fine for knowingly driving on closed roads
BISMARCKDrivers knowingly out on closed roads in hazardous conditions need to face bigger fines, state lawmakers ruled Tuesday.
The House voted 60-34 to increase the fine from $20 to $250 after much ... Posted on 3/29/11 at 4:05 PM
THE CITY BEAT Ending special assessments and other budget stuff
The City Beat had to take a short trip to the Cities yesterday and didn't have time to blog about the Grand Forks City Council budget discussion the other night.
You'll have read by now the renewed pr... Posted on 8/21/09 at 5:35 AM
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Seniors will have a bit more help this year with their property taxes thanks to an overhauled Homestead Tax Credit program.
The program helps seniors and the disabled get a reduced rate on property taxes based on income. The North Dakota Legislature increased funding for the program this year, doubling the budget to $20 million.
Kasper plan aims to stem spending
BISMARCK – Limiting the growth of local governments’ property tax revenues would help older North Dakotans avoid being pushed to sell their homes because they could no longer afford the tax bills, legislators and agriculture lobbyists said Tuesday.
Dale Wetzel, Associated Press Writer
, February 02, 2011
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A Bismarck businessman who sued the city over property taxes intended for urban renewal projects says he'll take his case to the Legislature after a judge tossed his lawsuit out of court.
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