Property tax bills coming, expect little if any change for Abilene, Taylor County
Trent ISD saw values plunge 35.1 percent, while values also slid for the city of Tye, Merkel ISD, the city of Buffalo Gap and Jim Ned Consolidated Independent School District. ...the changes have to do with wind turbines companies showing a tough business year.
"The information that was brought to us by the wind turbine companies showed their income was down."
September 30, 2011
by Jaime Adame
in Reporter News
Tax bills arriving as soon as Saturday won't show much change from last year for many Taylor County property owners.
The final county tax roll increased by less than 1 percent compared to last year, according to data released Thursday by the Taylor County Central Appraisal District. Taxable property values in the city of Abilene increased by 1.36 percent compared to last year.
The appraisal district released preliminary values earlier this year, but there was "not much change" in the final values, said Richard Petree, the district's chief appraiser.
The final tax roll reflects changes made after challenges from property... [continue via Web link]