Gov. Signs AIS Bill Friday, May 27th, 2011. MSRPO grass roots in action.
Minnesota Lakes and Rivers Advocates Blog
For most of us, as we write out checks, it is a time to reflect on our state and local governments... for others there is the fear that if property taxes keep going up at present rates, we may lose our property.
Environment Committee Chair Sen. Bill Ingebrigtsen urges passage of AIS policy bill by fishing opener.
Even with a down market, property taxes continue to spiral upwards for many. With a $5 Billion deficit, the pressure to increase property taxes continues to build. The only solution is grass roots.
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Zebra Mussels dominating outdoor news
Defenses are down against water threat
Invasive species challenge Minnesota lakes, rivers, and too little is being done. MSRPO leads a call to action for effective containment and mitigation of this threat to Minnesota's 10,000 lakes.
This week we will receive our Truth in Taxation forms from local districts. As part of last summer's budget resolution, the Governor and Legislature eliminated the Market Value Homestead Credit, and pundits have been trying to get a fix on the impact of this change.
All agree that it is likely to push up property taxes, again.
MSRPO Takes Lead in Aqiuatic Invasive Species Fight and presents ideas on how to fix our woefully broken State and Local Fiscal System.
Before Voting on Tuesday, read this non-partisian examination of the three candidates budget proposals.
Want to Pass Your Cabin On To the Kids?
Learn simple strategies to protect your estate. MSRPO Legacy Webinars, Fall 2010.
Thursday, October 28th
10:00 to 12:00 or 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Sheraton Bloomington Hotel
Wednesday, November 3
10:00 to 12:00 noon or 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Hilton Airport Hotel
SNOWBIRD WEBINAR ...
for those who are no longer in Minnesota or who want to participate from the comfort of home
Thursday November 44
1:30 to 3:00pm CST
October 15th the first half of your property taxes are due. But this year, don't just pay your taxes, do something about them.
* Learn how to Solve Minnesota's Budget Woes in Nonpartisan Fashion.
7:00-8:30 p.m. Tuesday October 26
Arlington Hills United Methodist Church
759 East County Road B, Maplewood, MN 55117
John P. James
Attorney and Public Policy Consultant
President, Sensible Tax and Fiscal Systems
Former Minnesota Commissioner of Revenue