Mitt Romney is the person who needs to put up or shut up in his dispute with Harry Reid. There is no reason to believe a word he is saying about his taxes.
As of July, Kinder still owed $192 of taxes on the plot of land plus $42 of penalties and interest for the 2011 tax year.
McCaskill said “somehow the second bill that came to my condo in D.C. slipped through the cracks, and it got paid late.”
Illinois State Sen. Gary Forby wants to cap property taxes for homeowners whose houses were destroyed in the Feb. 29 tornadoes.
“Thirty percent of the homes on the market right now are foreclosures. It’s not fair people to have to be paying for something that the value is not there.”
The foreclosure crisis pushed rental prices higher, which has spelled disaster for some renters.
An emergency vote by County Council members means those who pay before January 23rd will not be assessed interest or penalties.
Bill allows removal of disaster-damaged buildings from property tax rolls
While council members are focusing on ways to avoid issuing pink slips, public speakers at Tuesday’s meeting were less forgiving.
Dooley wants to essentially take back a property tax break he successfully proposed in 2009.