Attorneys Bill Merchant and Marty Gefsky joined Rob Pratte to talk about Allegheny County’s property tax battle.
As a county taxpayer, you’ve probably been bracing for it since you got your reassessment notice. Click on the county assessment website and there it is – your 2013 real estate tax bill.
As required by state law after a county reassessment, Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has proposed a reduction in the city’s property tax rate to keep the city from reaping a windfall from a 48 percent increase in property values under the county’s new assessment system.
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If you think your Allegheny County property taxes are due in the county treasurer’s office on March 31st like most years, think again.
Allegheny County Executive-elect Rich Fitzgerald says city residents can expect a massive tax increase in the next few days – all of it tied to new property assessments.
The Allegheny County Council passed a 21 percent increase in property taxes. The vote went along party lines, 11-4.
Allegheny County Council formally introduced a bill that would raise taxes for property owners. The bill is likely to pass, but County Executive Dan Onorato could veto it.
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The exact amount depends on your school district and a complicated formula. But don’t look for a check in the mail from your school district.
Are Allegheny County property owners being singled out in terms of reassessments and paying more property taxes? Allegheny County Council President Rich Fitzgerald thinks so and he talked with Mike Pintek about it.