special assessment


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an additional tax levied on private property for public improvements that enhance the value of the property

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Next, the City argued that the circuit court erred by concluding that the replacement curb and gutter did not specially benefit the assessed properties, (165) the assessed property owners did not overcome the presumption that the City's special assessment was correct, (166) and the circuit court gave insufficient weight to the City's testimony and evidence.
Wallace said his association requires payment in full of all dues and special assessments at the beginning of the year, along with a grace period before action is taken.
Our second quarter 2010 earnings represent a good quarter for American National, even though the earnings improvement was driven primarily by the industry wide FDIC special assessment levied in the second quarter of 2009," stated Charles H.
That will probably come this fall, he said, although he added the board reserves the right to collect special assessments at any time if it deems such a move necessary.
(34) Second, the FDIC imposed a special assessment calculated on assets, instead of deposits, payable by September of 2009.
Five years ago, after a campaign by his mum and dad, Carol and Pete, Jamie finally got a special assessment and through that, access to services which could help him and his family.
In the first stage of the plan, welfare hand-outs could be cut if drug abusers fail to attend a special assessment.
The National Urban Alliance for Effective Education (NUA) and the Jerusalem-based International Center for the Enhancement of Learning Potential (ICELP) signed an agreement allowing NUA mentors to be trained in ICELP's research-based interventions, including the Learning Potential Assessment Device, a special assessment that gauges a student's reasoning and information processing skills rather than right-or-wrong answers.
Montalvo faces up to 20 years imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, a $1 million fine, and a special assessment of $100.
NFI has established a Tuna Council, comprised initially of Bumble Bee Foods LLC, Chicken of the Sea International, and StarKist Seafood, and funded through a special assessment of the participating companies.
Because the news broke while army sociologists were preparing the surgeon general's 2004 survey, the military leadership in Iraq requested a special assessment of mental health among the troops still stationed at the prison complex.
On July 23, 2004, Bryan was sentenced to two years' supervised probation, substance abuse treatment, and a special assessment.
Ballots on whether to continue the special assessment to combat Pierce's disease will be mailed to California winegrape growers the week of May 16.
Those agencies that have a special assessment to fund their residential lighting program often add an administrative cost to manage the program.
The Downtown Long Beach (California) Associates, a nonprofit organization operating on behalf of the property owners and tenants of a special assessment district, is pairing its Downtown Guides with outreach workers to increase contact between homeless individuals and service providers.
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