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of a 100 acre, $8. 7 million commercial property, paid only $676 in property taxes last year. Without what's known as an "ag classification," they would have paid nearly $147,000. "The nonresidential tax payer agricultural commercial businesses are getting away with not contributing to the pie," said Perugini. The property is owned by Pasco Ranch Inc. and has been receiving the agricultural classification for more than a decade. "Here's that property that has been receiving for years that agricultural exemption, and I'm sure there may have been some Women Adidas Superstar
is owned by Sierra Properties. We reached out to the corporation multiple times, but have yet to hear back. The next hurdle for the implementation of a taxpayer funded university student bus pass will be a city council committee meeting next week. The city public works committee will weigh in Monday morning on funding for the U Pass, the student supported initiative that is expected to cost the city a shade over $1. 3 million. The U Pass subsidy, which University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg students voted to support Adidas Superstar Girls White
in referendums last year, will cost $2. 185 million in the 2017 budget, but $1.
Wells said, "We simply do what the Legislature provides. "In 2008 Pasco Ranch Inc. was denied their agricultural classification, because they were not considered a bona fide commercial agricultural operation. That year, they paid more than $200,000 in property taxes. "Something's wrong with this process and if it can't be changed locally, then Legislature, governor: we need to change the process," said Fasano. The property owners have yet to request a classification change for 2015 and according to the property appraiser's office, the ag classification is still undetermined. Pasco Ranch Inc. Adidas Superstar On Feet Women
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cows on there at some time," said Fasano. When we first brought these concerns to Wells just two weeks ago, he told 10 News his office follows Florida statute.