CS/HB 47: Property Taxes/Counties
GENERAL BILL by Needelman
Property Taxes/Counties; authorizes counties to cap annual growth in ad valorem tax revenues by charter; provides requirements & limitations; provides exception; prohibits ad valorem tax levies by counties in excess of amounts specified in county charter; prohibits ad valorem tax levies by counties through municipal service taxing units in excess of amounts specified in ordinance establishing unit. Amends 200.071.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 House - Died in Local Government Council
Bill Text: Web Page
• Referred to Finance & Tax (FC); Local Government Council; Fiscal Council
• Introduced, referred to Finance & Tax (FC); Local Government Council; Fiscal Council -HJ 00016
• On Committee agenda-- Finance & Tax (FC), 03/18/05, 9:45 am, 404-H
• Favorable with CS amendment by Finance & Tax (FC); YEAS 8 NAYS 1 -HJ 00257
• Pending review of CS under Rule 6.3(b)
• Now in Local Government Council -HJ 00257
• On Council agenda-- Local Government Council, 03/30/05, 3:00 pm, 404-H --Temporarily deferred
• On Council agenda-- Local Government Council, 04/06/05, 1:00 pm, 404-H --Temporarily deferred
• Died in Local Government Council
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