ATRA Newsletters: 2003

  • • Legislative Leaders Address ATRA Outlook Conference
  • • Kevin Kinsall Re-elected ATRA Chair
  • • Tom Liddy Gives Stirring Speech At Annual Meeting Luncheon
  • • County Budgets Up $150.8 Million
  • • Valuation Increases Drive Record Property Tax Growth
  • • Legislative Action Provides Tax Relief For TUSD Taxpayers, Others
  • • ATRA Offers Perspective And Research To Tax Reform Groups
  • • Prop 301 Kicks In: Average Instructional Staff Pay Increases
  • • Statewide Primary Net Assessed Values Up Over $38 Billion In Tax Year 2003
  • • Ghost Town In The Making?
  • • County Primary Levies Up
  • • Two-Thirds Of Counties, Colleges, Cities & Towns Exceed TNT Limits
  • • Tax Amnesty Offered
  • • Tax Reform Experts Provide Insight At ATRA Luncheon
  • • State Adopts FY 2004 Budget
  • • Legislature Circumvents Debt Limits
  • • Maricopa Hospital District Bill Passes
  • • Senate Defeat Of HB2357 Allows Expansion Of Unlimited School Property Taxes
  • • TNT Compliance Bill Makes It To Finish Line
  • • ATRA Subcomittee Reviews Implications Of SSTP In Arizona
  • • Major State Tax Rates
  • • Taxpayers Prevail: Navajo County In Violation Of Constitutional Levy Limit
  • • Statewide Average Effective Property Tax Rates Reflect Inequitable Distribution Of Tax Burden
  • • Legislative Update
  • • ATRA Tax Practitioners Form SSTP Subcommittee
  • • Budget Deficit Provides Opportunities For Better Financial Management
  • • Update On Key Finance Bills
  • • Arizona's Average Instructional Staff Pay Rank Leads Nation As A Percentage Of Per Capita Personal Income
  • • ATRA's 2003 Legislative Program
  • • Statewide Debt Exceeds $20 Billion in FY 2002
  • • School District Capital Spending: We're #1
  • • ATRA's Legislative Program