Florida Senate - 2008 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT
Bill No. SB 822
The Committee on Community Affairs (Haridopolos) recommended the
Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
Delete everything after the enacting clause
Section 1. Section 195.052, Florida Statutes, is amended to
195.052 Research and tabulation of data.--The department
shall conduct constant research and maintain accurate tabulations
of data and conditions existing as to ad valorem taxation, shall
annually publish such data as may be appropriate to facilitate
fiscal policymaking, and shall annually make such recommendations
to the Legislature as are necessary to ensure that property is
valued according to its just value and is equitably taxed
throughout the state. Such data shall include the annual
percentage increase in total nonvoted ad valorem taxes levied by
each municipality and county and shall include information on the
distribution of ad valorem taxes levied among the various
classifications of property, including homestead, nonhomestead
residential, new construction, commercial, and industrial
properties. Such data shall include the previous year's adopted
millage rate, the current year's millage rate, and the current
percentage increase in taxes levied above the rolled-back rate.
Such data shall be published, at a minimum, on the department's
website and on the websites of all property appraisers of this
state, if available. Publication shall occur not later than 90 60
days after receipt of extended rolls for all counties pursuant to
Section 2. This act shall take effect July 1, 2008.
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And the title is amended as follows:
Delete everything before the enacting clause
A bill to be entitled
An act relating to ad valorem tax data; amending s.
195.052, F.S.; specifying requirements for data to be
published by the Department of Revenue; extending the
publication period; providing an effective date.
4/18/2008 1:46:00 PM 26-07979-08
CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions.