“No taxation without representation!” the slogan that originated during the 1700s and started a Revolution. In the past 300 years, very little has changed with regards to our view of taxes. Who do we tax? […]
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. […]