Candidates make political jabs at a debate in Sun City Oro Valley
There is no law requiring refunds of taxes deemed illegally collected.
The Board of Supervisors adopted Pima County’s 2014-15 budget Tuesday, but the county will not distribute some of the money until certain departments can justify their need for the funds.
Officials from the Arizona League of Cities and Towns protest the former South Tucson finance director’s use of their letterhead in defending a secondary property tax imposed without voter approval.
The secondary property tax that South Tucson has collected since fiscal year 2012 is illegal because it was never submitted to a citywide vote, City Manager Luis Gonzales said Thursday.
Pima Community College students could face higher-than-average tuition increases in the fall to help make up for past mismanagement of the school.
A bill floated by a Mesa Republican could force Pima County to shut several libraries and gut staff at others.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry says he has no choice but to ask for a small property tax increase to help fund road repairs.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry calls it a “Band-Aid,” but it is unclear what the Pima County Board of Supervisors will eventually call it.
The Pima County Bond Advisory Committee drove another nail in the coffin of next year’s proposed bond election, voting to back County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry’s recommendation to wait another year.
The Pima County Assessor’s Office will send out an estimated 50,000 notices to homeowners in the coming weeks.
Property tax rates are again on the rise this year, with most taxing districts choosing increases in the rate in order to offset continued drops in assessed home values.
Homeowners in Pima County can expect a small break when they pay their property taxes next year.
The One East Broadway Building under construction on the northeast corner of Broadway and Stone Avenue was the first to pass through the city's business incentive program. The seven-story building will house a bike shop, restaurant and 24 residential units, as well as the new home of the Pim…
What a difference a year makes.
PHOENIX - State senators gave final approval Wednesday to legislation supporters say enhance religious freedom while foes contend it will let people use their beliefs as an excuse to discriminate.
The county administrator isn't asking for an increase in property taxes next year, but he isn't asking for any program cuts either even though county spending is expected to drop by more than 5 percent.
Pima Community College raised the property-tax levy that
supports the school, but many taxpayers will pay less taxes next
year due to declining property values.