Property assessment cap postponed: Administration warns measure could lead to East-West inequities
Property assessment cap postponed: Administration warns measure could lead to East-West inequities

May 18, 2022

A bill capping property assessments could lead to an unfair balance between East Hawaii and West Hawaii, administration officials warned the County Council Finance Committee as a measure aiming to put a 15% ceiling on most commercial classes of property was postponed for the second time.

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