A Palmetto facility would get a $14.5 million property tax break.
Atlanta kicks in on below-market-rate housing.
“The single family homeowners have the burden …”
“The person who is getting $40 a square foot for rent when the average is $25 or $28, that person will never come forward …”
A judge is starting to consider legal objections to a deal for the city, state and county to forego tax money that would instead subsidize a private development in Atlanta’s Gulch.
At the foot of your midterm ballot, there are going to be some referendum questions. Here’s what they mean.
Atlanta voters may choose to cap rises in their property tax bills, and might be asked to extend a sewer tax that was supposed to end in 2020 — if legislation endorsed by the state House gets state Senate approval.
A judge says Fulton County can start sending property tax bills, even though the state hasn’t given its go-ahead. The ruling brought relief to school leaders for now, but plenty of frustration remains.