News Advisory: Property Tax Events in September and October

NEWS ADVISORY from the Platte Institute

Contact: Adam Weinberg
(402) 452-3737
aweinberg@platteinstitute.org

Platte Institute Property Tax Activities: September/October 2019
Omaha Town Hall, New Reports, and Lincoln Legislative Summit


OMAHA, NE – Here is a schedule of property tax-related releases and events the Platte Institute will host in September and October.

Wednesday, September 4: Release and News Conference Call for Get Real About Property Taxes, 2nd Edition, available at PlatteInstitute.org/Policy.
Summary: Sarah Curry and Adam Weinberg review polling from Nebraskans and identify policy options that can lead to permanent property tax reform.
Call to be held Wednesday, September 4 at 10:30 a.m. CT. Call in: (605) 475-4000, Access Code: 106202#.   

Tuesday, September 24: Omaha Property Tax Reform Town Hall featuring Nebraska state Sens. Mike McDonnell, Lou Ann Linehan, Sue Crawford, Brett Lindstrom, and John McCollister.
Time and Location: 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Omaha Firefighters Union Hall (6005 Grover Street, Omaha, NE 68106)
More information and free registration: http://omahatownhall.eventbrite.com

Tuesday, October 1: Release of Nebraska’s Sales Tax at PlatteInstitute.org/Policy.
Summary: To reform property taxes without increasing state tax rates or cutting core government services, state senators will need to revisit Nebraska’s sales tax policies.

Friday, October 4: Imagine the Possibilities: The 2019 Platte Institute Legislative Summit.
Time and Location: 7:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Embassy Suites Lincoln (1040 P Street, Lincoln, NE 68508)
The program will include a panel on property tax reform. More information and paid registration: http://plattesummit.eventbrite.com
Registration for members of the media is complimentary.
 

To schedule an interview on these items, please contact Adam Weinberg at (402) 452-3737 or email aweinberg@platteinstitute.org.


The Platte Institute advances policies that remove barriers to growth and opportunity in Nebraska. For more media resources, please visit PlatteInstitute.org/Media.   

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