ATRA Newsletters: 2002

  • • Local Government Increases Reliance On Property Taxes In 2002
  • • Union Elementary's Property Tax Rate Up 262%
  • • Combined Rate In Hayden Up
  • • Gila County Voters Approve "Provisional" College District
  • • Rep. Jeff Flake Addresses ATRA's 62nd Annual Meeting
  • • Kinsall Re-elected Chairman
  • • Expert Panel Reviews State Tax System
  • • ATRA Outlook Conferees Given Latest On State Economy And Budget
  • • Tobacco Taxes And Proposition 303
  • • County General Fund Budgets Get Boost Despite Struggling Economy
  • • Ad Hoc Committees Ready To Commence Work
  • • Who's In Charge Here? School Districts Ignore Recent Legislative Reform Efforts, Exacerbate State Budget Crisis
  • • School Districts Resist Reforms
  • • Arizona Tax Collections Rise Over Two Decades
  • • School Vouchers Aid Taxpayers, Too
  • • Community College Budgets And Taxes
  • • Pima Community College Spins Tax Override Election
  • • Legislature Adopts FY 03 Budget
  • • May Budget Revisions Get Some School Districts Around Excess Utilities Freeze
  • • School Elections For Capital Add To SFB Spending
  • • Tax and Fiscal Policy Reform On The Horizon
  • • McCarthy Appointed To School Facilities Board
  • • Bond Election Pamphlets To Provide More Info
  • • Legislature Reaffirms: Schools Are Not Allowed To Purchase Computers With Bonds
  • • Legislature Approves Deseg Freeze Bill
  • • Gubernatorial Candidates Discuss Tax And Fiscal Policy At ATRA Luncheon
  • • Property Tax Calendar Change Stopped
  • • Special Districts Bill Defeated
  • • 2-year Deseg Freeze Passes House 52-7
  • • Legislative Update: Bills To Keep An Eye On
  • • Arizona's Expenditure And Revenue Rankings
  • • ATRA To File Amicus Brief In Navajo County Appeal