https://mliakd0peh7e.i.optimole.com/MsTeNkY-thF07w05/w:150/h:150/q:auto/rt:fill/g:ce/https://centerforpropertytaxreform.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/CPTR-Logotransparent-bg.png 0 0 Josie Faass https://mliakd0peh7e.i.optimole.com/MsTeNkY-thF07w05/w:150/h:150/q:auto/rt:fill/g:ce/https://centerforpropertytaxreform.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/CPTR-Logotransparent-bg.png Josie Faass2019-11-04 10:48:432019-11-04 12:53:30Announcing CPTR
The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation and Center for the Study of Economics are pleased to announce the creation of the "Center for Property Tax Reform" (CPTR), a new, joint undertaking between these long-time collaborators.Both RSF and CSE share…
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For decades, a legislative cottage industry has provided for the "refund or forgiveness of real property tax liability of certain low income, disabled, infirm or senior citizens." The measure would apply for relief from tax burdens "attributable to real property tax rate or assessed value increases, of the low-income senior citizen's homestead (i.e., primary dwelling)." What relief measures to employ is the focus of this overview.
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Something odd happened to me this morning. Sitting next to an open window in my house trying to do some work and writing, I sat back and heard: nothing. Living in a commuter community across from the great city of Philadelphia, Monday mornings are usually less intensive with activity than in the bigger cities, but there is noticeable activity nevertheless. About 600 planes fly in and out of PHL daily, most of them flying about 4,000 feet above my town. Today and for the last few weeks there has been a drastic reduction in air traffic with about 40% of all departures canceled. One of the infrastructure amenities that benefits Philadelphia is a commuter train (PATCO) that, in usual times, runs every ten minutes through my town into the city (and vice versa). After years of acclimation to the nearby shriek and hiss of the trains, again it’s now noticeable when I hear the train break as it enters the station; otherwise, I hear nothing.