This year’s record setting $1.42 billion tax roll for St. Charles Parish got its boost from winning a nearly 20-year tax dispute over how tax revenue from Louisiana’s two nuclear plants was shared. Parish Tax […]
By Sarah Gamard, Mitch Rabalais & Jeremy Alford LaPolitics.com A handful of bills extending half of the expiring fifth penny in the state sales tax structure have been filed for this year’s third special session, […]
St. Charles Parish voters will see four propositions to renew special property taxes on the Nov. 6 general election ballot. At Monday’s council meeting, the council approved putting them on the ballot, which includes the […]
St. Charles Parish voters supported the 10-year renewal of two property taxes for public schools, according to Saturday’s unofficial but complete election results.
Proposition 1 – 43.18 mills tax – was approved with 69.12 percent approval or 1,909 votes. […]
While House and Senate leaders contend a proposed increase to the state gasoline tax still has a long road ahead in the ongoing regular session, supporters aren’t letting up on their push to generate more money for Louisiana’s overwhelming transportation needs. […]
Property taxes funding a bulk of the revenue of the St. Charles Parish school system will be up for renewal at the April 29 election, after the parish’s School Board recently voted to approve a resolution to place the item on the ballot. […]
Saying the people of St. Charles Parish have been heard “loud and clear” about not raising taxes, Parish President Larry Cochran got council support for an amended property tax rate hike only for levees, road maintenance and recreation. […]