Monday, October 16, 2017

EPIC Plaza Tax Cut Shorts Kansas City

More detailed reporting of this recent rage and an explanation of how local corporations get over on City Hall. Read more

Tax appeal cuts Plaza tax bill - and revenue for the city, schools, etc. - by millions - Kansas City Business Journal

The Country Club Plaza may have sold for $660 million, but its taxable value is less than a fourth of that total - a disparity that hits local a range of local taxing districts. The problem stems from a pair of questionable assessments by Jackson County, The Kansas City Star reports.

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Kinda like the KC Star tax breaks, ain't it?

Anonymous said...

Gee, what do we need libraries and schools for anyway? We need more shopping, much more shopping. Shop, shop, shop and forget about education.

Anonymous said...


Education in the Kansas City school system? Now that's funny

Anonymous said...

As I said before, taxing property worth $660 million at a value of $145 million sure shows that a:little white envelope" sure as hell landed on the right desk at City Hall, doesn't it?