California lawmakers cut the airline industry a 10% break on property taxes after 9/11. Now the industry wants the break continued, and it wants to be able to tie county assessors up in court for years, writes Paul Dictos, assessor-recorder for Fresno County.
California lawmakers cut the airline industry a 10% break on property taxes after 9/11. Now the industry wants the break continued, and it wants to be able to tie county assessors up in court for years, writes Paul Dictos, assessor-recorder for Fresno County. Mike Stewart The Associated Press File
California lawmakers cut the airline industry a 10% break on property taxes after 9/11. Now the industry wants the break continued, and it wants to be able to tie county assessors up in court for years, writes Paul Dictos, assessor-recorder for Fresno County. Mike Stewart The Associated Press File

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