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Will Homestead Exemptions and other Changes Eliminate the Property Tax Problem?

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Homestead exemptions, capped valuations adjusted for inflation, increases in senior exemptions Will it make a difference to the Property Tax Problem? The short answer is no. First, a brief tutorial on how your officials decide how much property tax they want to collect. A) They get a tax digest every year adjusted for all of …

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BREAKDOWN: 2 Ballot Referendums

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By: Jessica Szilagyi  – All on Georgia The two Ballot Referendums, also known as “legislatively-referred state statutes, appear because the state legislature voted to place those measures on the ballot for voters to decide. [ Georgia does not allow citizen-initiated ballot referendums.] The proposed changes referred by the legislature are changes in the laws – …

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BREAKDOWN: The 5 Constitutional Amendments on the Nov 2018 Ballot

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By: Jessica Szilagyi  – All on Georgia The 5 Constitutional Amendments on the November 2018 Ballot Amendment 1 — Portion of Revenue from Outdoor Recreation Equipment Sales Tax Dedicated to Land Conservation Fund Amendment  This would give the state the authority to dedicate “up to” 80% of the existing sales and use tax on outdoor sporting …

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Proposed Georgia Constitutional Amendments –What Do They Mean?

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By: Taxpayer Watchdog It is always troubling to read the proposed Constitutional Amendments our State Legislature puts on the ballot every few years.  They must hire a team of double talk experts to write these things so they sound completely different from what is actually going to happen. The Amendments and Resolutions are written in …

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Coming Soon: Johns Creek’s LARGEST Park ~ Cauley Creek Park

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City Council recently approved the Master Plans for Cauley Creek Park. A robust 195 Acres along the Chattahoochee River, will have plenty of active & passive recreation. Johns Creek’s Largest Park, known as Cauley Creek Park will be located at 7355 Bell Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30097 It is estimated to cost $27million to build out …

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Election Update: Early Voting & Ballots for Nov 6th, 2018

Fulton County Ballots for General Election & Proposed Constitutional Amendments & Referendums.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6, 2018  Early voting began Monday, October 15, 2018 Monday, October, 15 to Friday, October 26, 2018 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday, October, 29 to Friday, November 2 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday Voting: 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. October 20 and October 27 Sunday Voting: NOON to …

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