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  • City considers shrinking size of tax-break zone by one-third

    Harbor East, Harbor Point and most of Locust Point would be removed from a state enterprise zone that offers businesses tax breaks under new maps drawn up by the Baltimore Development Corp. The Baltimore City Council will review the plan this month to...
  • Was Camden Yards worth it?

    Was Camden Yards worth it?
    Opening Day is almost here — time to renew a Baltimore tradition and celebrate the 20th anniversary of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. With offseason renovations complete, the best ballpark in baseball looks more beautiful than ever. The city's...
  • Md. needs an assessments assessment

    Md. needs an assessments assessment
    To our knowledge, The Sun's newsroom staff has received no special training in tax assessment and record keeping, yet reporters armed with no more than foot leather and personal computers seem to have a gift for uncovering gross errors — more...
  • 1 down, 9,999 to go

    OK, Madame Mayor: Count us in. You've pledged to increase Baltimore's population by 10,000 households over the next decade. My wife and I have just bought a charming city condo, and we're happy to put you one step closer to your goal. You should be...
  • Anne Arundel Co. budget plan includes tax increase

    Anne Arundel Co. budget plan includes tax increase
    Anne Arundel County residents would see their property taxes increase under the $1.2 billion budget proposed Monday by County Executive John R. Leopold, but that would be partially offset by a drop in trash pickup frequency and fees. County workers,...
  • Aberdeen to hold line on taxes, but spending cuts loom

    Aberdeen may consider changing the structure of its water rates but does not expect to raise property tax rates in the 2013 fiscal year, City Manager Doug Miller told city council members at a work session Monday that focused on the town's next budget....
  • At pricey condos, developers pay just hundreds in tax

    At pricey condos, developers pay just hundreds in tax
    They're some of the priciest condos in the city, but they're taxed like empty lots. At the Ritz-Carlton Residences along Baltimore's Inner Harbor — where a recent sale topped $1.5 million — the tax bill for most of the condos was $1,309...
  • Bill would impose civil penalties on homestead credit scofflaws

    Maryland homeowners who are caught getting unwarranted homestead credits on their property tax bills would face fines equal to 25 percent of any undeserved break, under a bill introduced Friday in the General Assembly. Meanwhile, Del. Samuel I....
  • 25 years ago: Harford gears up for Maryland Hunt Cup

    From The Aegis dated April 23, 1987: As they did this weekend, horse racing fans and participants 25 years ago came out in droves for the running of the My Lady's Manor Point-to-Point races near Monkton. The weekend race was a prelude to the upcoming...
  • Baltimore City property tax bills getting a makeover for clarity

    Many Baltimore City property owners may have a hard time comprehending the size of their tax bills, but the bills themselves should make more sense when the new batch goes out in the mail in a couple of months. City tax bills are getting something of a...
  • County residents suffer from city's water billing problems, too – times three

    Thousands of Baltimore County residents have probably paid hundreds of dollars too much for their use of the city's public sewage system — and most are not even aware of it, county officials acknowledge. More than 200,000 county households get...
  • Culleton on Carroll: Teacher pension issue forces tough choices to maintain quality education

    Education costs us. Poor education costs us much more. The United States lags most industrial nations in the quality of our primary and secondary education. True, Maryland ranks highest in the 50 states in quality of education by some measures (as...