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AVI – Update: “LOOP” – Application Deadline Now Feb 17

Extended LOOP Deadline; Installment Tax Payments The City has extended the deadline to submit LOOP (gentrification protection) applications by a month, to February 17. In addition, the state has just made it legal for the City to allow payment of property tax bills in installments. When the City decides how to do that, we will […]

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AVI Update: Gentrification Protection

  State To Pass Means-Testing: What It Means For You A major part of the City’s new property tax system, especially for residents of communities like ours, is “Gentrification Protection” (GP). GP shields long-term residents from overly large property tax increases. If you’ve owned and lived in your home for 10 years or more, and […]

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Property Tax Appeal – More Info and Resources for Neighbors

Property Tax appeals were due in to the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT) by October 7 (postmark deadline). You Have the Right to Appeal  You can file a BRT appeal regardless of whether or not you filed a “first level review” request with the Office of Property Assessment (OPA) earlier this year. Ditto if […]

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Property Tax Appeal Deadline TODAY

  Latest Info on How to File Over the weekend we received new information on how you can file your property tax appeal with the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT). Appeals are due Today, October 7. By Mail  Mail to the address on the appeal form (The Curtis Center, 601 Walnut St., Suite 325 East, […]

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Property Tax Appeal: Deadline Oct. 7 – Info & Resources for Neighbors

  Property Tax appeals are due in to the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT) by October 7 (postmark deadline). You Have the Right to Appeal  You can file a BRT appeal regardless of whether or not you filed a “first level review” request with the Office of Property Assessment (OPA) earlier this year. Ditto if you filed with OPA and […]

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Property Tax Appeal Info at September NLNA General Meeting – Thurs, Sept 26

  Thursday, September 26, 7pm St. Michael’s Church, 4th & Fairmount Property Tax appeals are due in to the Board of Revision of Taxes (BRT) by October 7. This is separate, and more official, than the earlier “first level review request” that homeowners might have filed with the OPA (Office of Property Assessment). You can […]

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NLNA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MINUTES – Meeting of July 1, 2013

  PRESENT: Matt Ruben, President; Don Phillips, Vice-President; Steve Richman, Treasurer; Rick Angeli; Michael Coyne; Larry Freedman; Lystra A. Harris; Katrina Mansfield; Frank Robertson; Chris Somers; Anne Waginger; Logan Welde (late); Sharon Richman; Monika Kreide The meeting was called to order by the President at 7:08 p.m. Lystra Harris volunteered to take the meeting minutes […]

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AVI: What Is Gentrification Protection, and How Does It Work?

  City Council’s recently passed AVI legislation includes a “Gentrification Protection” provision. (We’ll explain other aspects of AVI in future emails.) WHO DOES IT PROTECT? Long-term homeowners (details below). WHAT DOES IT ACTUALLY DO? Instead of taxing your property based on your full new AVI assessment, it taxes your property based on an assessment that’s […]

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