Representative David Maturen speaks more on the ‘dark store’ issue on a recent radio interview:
“63rd State Rep. Dave Maturen has been charged with looking into the issue to see what changes the state might propose to the system. It’s a complicated issue. Businesses pay property tax based on the cost paid to buy land and build a facility. But many are convincing the Tax Tribunal in Lansing to reduce it, based on the value of an empty, abandoned store.”
Find out: What are ‘Dark Store’ tax rulings? How do they happen? Why do they happen? What is the Tax Tribunal? — and other crucial How’s and Why’s. This excellent interview clarifies a complicated issue with authoritative intelligence.
NOTE: Mr Maturen is currently the vice-chairman of the MI House Tax Policy Committee. Please contact him to express your concerns and possible experiences of the effects of these cuts in your communities: David Maturen firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 517-373-1787
or the House tax Policy Committee Clerk’s Office Ph: 517.373.0135 Clerk@house.mi.gov
Rep. Maturen joined WBCK’s Tim Collins on the Richard Piet Show in Battle Creek on November 30, 2015 1:21 PM. [WBCK]