Clarksville City Council Approves Budget With Increased Property Taxes

The Clarksville City Council Approved The City’s 2024-2025 Budget That Includes Expenses Totaling Over $884 Million And A Property Tax Hike For Residents. Pay Increases For City Employees, Work On A Performing Arts Center And A City Park Are A Part Of The Budget Expenses.

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Big Farms Draw Property Tax Break From Tennessee Lawmakers

The 2024 Legislative Session Turned Out To Be A Banner Year For Tennessee’s Largest Corporations And Biggest Farmers With A Measure That Critics Call ‘A Tax Break For Millionaires.’

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TN Republicans Do Nothing As Other GOP States STOP Illegal Immigration At State-Level,  Never-Trumper Hired By TN RINO to Manage Reelection Campaign, Chinese Company Gets Millions in TN Tax Money, Then Fire Workers & 4 Other Stories in the Big 7!

😡 TN Republicans Do Nothing As Other GOP States STOP Illegal Immigration at State-Level

🦏 Never-Trumper Hired By TN RINO to Manage Reelection Campaign

🇨🇳 Chinese Company Gets Millions in TN Tax Money, Then Fire Workers

& 4 Other Stories in the Big7!

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Unmasking The Hidden Tentacles Of Taxpayer-Funded Lobbying In Tennessee

Tennessee’s Democratic Foundation Is Crumbling Beneath The Insidious Practice Of Taxpayer-Funded Lobbying. This Shadowy Network, Fueled By Our Own Dollars, Undermines The Very Principles We Hold Dear: Free Speech, Fair Representation, And Transparent Governance.

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Tennessee Comptroller Backs Increased Property Reappraisals In ‘Dynamic’ Market

Tennessee Comptroller Jason Mumpower Is Pushing A Plan To Increase The Frequency Of County Property Reappraisals To More Closely Match Market Values And Stop Local Governments From Losing Tax Revenue.

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Tennessee Has 37th Highest Property Tax Rates In U.S.

Tennessee Has The 37th Highest Property Tax Rate On Owner-Occupied Property In The Country, According To A New Report From The Tax Foundation.

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Rutherford County May Have Used Pandemic Relief Funds To Build “Hardened Facilities” Without Approval

According To Our Source, Rutherford County May Have Used Covid-19 Relief Funds To Build Six New Public Safety Stations. “Hardened” Facilities Such As These That Can Be Used For Tornado Shelters Must Be Under The Authority Of The City Where They Are Built And Approved By The City Council Through A Vote. Our Source Tells Us That These Facilities Are Being Built Or Were Built Without Any Such Approval.

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Rutherford County Residents Can Seek Relief From Newly Approved Property Tax Hike

Rutherford County Residents Who Were Approved For A Freeze On Property Tax Increases Will Not Be Subject To The New 16.1% Increase That Was Approved By The County Commission On Monday.

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