Yellow cards notifying people of property tax valuations increases recently were found in the mail boxes of many Scotts Bluff County residents.
Farmers in Scotts Bluff County will rest easier next year. Assessed valuations for agricultural land will remain at 2020 values for the 2021-2…
The credit, which shows up on property tax statements, will amount to $102.21 for each $100,000 of valuation on a home or business. The credit for agricultural land will be $122.64.
There were 1,125 tax valuation protests heard this year, a decrease of 43 percent compared to the 1,982 protests heard in 2019.
KEARNEY — It appears the pace of valuation protest filings is slower than during the previous three years when Buffalo County led the state, averaging 2,000 protests per year.
GERING — The two freshman members of the Scotts Bluff County Board both made property taxation a part or their platforms. Both learned more ab…
KEARNEY — Tax valuations on 37 properties were corrected Tuesday as the Buffalo County Board of Commissioners voted 7-0 to approve the changes.
This week I will have public hearings on three of my bills. Today I would like to introduce you to those bills and present my reasons for intr…
Happy New Year and welcome to 2018! The second session of the 105th Nebraska Legislature will commence on Jan. 3. So, this week I want to offe…
The North Platte Natural Resources District (NRD) Board will meet at 100547 Airport Road, in Scottsbluff, Thursday, Sept. 14, at 3 p.m., where it is expected to pass fiscal year 2018 budget.
According to John Berge, general manager for the North Platte NRD, the FY18 budget will contain significant cuts from the previous fiscal year.
Property valuations on farm and ranch land dropped this year, for the first time in more than a decade, according to a state report released Friday. The change could mean a breather for farmers and ranchers concerned about rising property tax bills, but it’s also a reflection of weaker commodity prices hurting the ag economy.
Legislative Bill 338 would switch to an income-based method for valuing agricultural land and cap valuation increases at 3.5 percent annually.
LINCOLN — Gov. Pete Ricketts announced changes Tuesday that are aimed at eliminating the effects of artificially inflated land sales on valuations of ranch and farmland.