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August 18, 2022



From our vantage point it appears efforts to control property taxes and hold down governmental subdivision taxing are having the opposite effect.

In recent days this writer received multiple envelopes from Jewell County each containing at least two legal size sheets of paper and one letter-sized sheet advising in March of 2021 the Kansas Legislature had passed a bill establishing limitations on ad valorem property tax levies. If the taxing authority wants to exceed those limits, a public hearing must now be held and a printed notice of when and where the hearing will be held must be mailed...



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