Municipal and County Government

East Valley Tribune
Saturday, June 30, 2007
Sarah Boggan
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors approved a tentative $498 million budget this week, topping last year's budget by nearly $100 million. County officials said the 2007-08 fiscal year budget will reduce the primary property tax rate and will put money toward public safety and transportation.
The Arizona Republic
Thursday, January 26, 2006
Pat Flannery
New sales taxes may be in the future for some Valley residents as cities grasp for ways to widen growth-choked freeways ahead of the schedule approved by voters only 14 months ago.
The Arizona Republic
Thursday, January 5, 2006
Matthew Benson
Call it a finger in the dike, or one small step, but Maricopa County officials took action Wednesday to ward off sticker shock when residents pay their 2006-07 property taxes.
Explorer News
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Aubin Taylor
August 25, 2004 - On Aug. 16, county supervisors across the state set property tax rates for their constituents. In Pima County, the Board of Supervisors did what they've done for the past five years. They kept the primary tax rate at $4, for a combined county property tax rate of almost $5.50 per $100 of assessed value, a slight dip over last year. Yet the amount of taxes collected continues to rise steadily.
Capitol Media Services
Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Howard Fischer
PHOENIX - A House panel gave its approval Tuesday to letting five border cities spend more money. HCR 2026 would alter a provision of the state constitution that limits each city's spending based on a formula. The net effect would be a higher expenditure limit for small border-area communities.
Today's News-Herald
Wednesday, December 31, 2003
Brian Wedemeyer
Two citizen groups both claim they are having a tough time getting Mohave County to provide information about its finances.


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