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Fiscal health study of Indiana cities shows growth in Jeffersonville, by Elizabeth DePompei (N and T)
A recently-released study that examines the impact of property tax caps on the fiscal health of 18 of Indiana's cities shows that Jeffersonville's finances are in good shape ...
... New Albany's gross assessed property valuation increased by less than five percent and property tax levies increased by more than 20 percent for the same time periods. Based on revenue collected from property and income taxes in 2015 compared to 2008 numbers, New Albany was identified as "modestly falling behind." New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan could not be reached for comment by press time.