State treasurer disagrees with Nev. S...

State treasurer disagrees with Nev. Supreme Court ruling on Incline property taxes

There are 1 comment on the Reno Gazette-Journal story from Apr 4, 2009, titled State treasurer disagrees with Nev. Supreme Court ruling on Incline property taxes. In it, Reno Gazette-Journal reports that:

After a succession of rulings in favor of the Incline Village tax rebellion, Washoe County Treasurer Bill Berrum says the Nevada Supreme Court has gone down a path that he fears could undermine taxable property values across Nevada, devastating local governments from Washoe all the way to Boulder Dam.

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South Lake Tahoe, CA

#1 Apr 4, 2009
By saying that the assessor's methods were only tools to "capture" big prices being paid by two billionaires in Incline Village, Treasurer Berrum admits that the unconstitutional appraisal methods used by the Assessor were created to extract illegal taxes from all of the taxpayers. The "technicality" that Berrum refers to is the Nevada Constitution!!

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