[Vision2020] Greg Dickison, NSA Attorney re property tax

donald huskey donaldrose at cpcinternet.com
Fri Sep 8 10:56:10 PDT 2006

Here it is folks, straight from the horses mouth - or some part of the
horse's anatomy.

Sorry, Gary, they did pay property taxes.  Sorry, NSA does represent a net
loss to property tax revenues.




Gregory Dickison gdickison at moscow.com  <mailto:gdickison%40moscow.com> 
Wed, 23 Jul 2003 12:52:35 -0700 

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Dear Visionaries:
I was asked in a private e-mail the source of Verizon's property tax
exemption. I initially got the information from a title report, which stated
that no taxes were assessed, and that they were exempt. When I looked in the
Idaho Code in response to the question in order to find the specific
statutory basis for the exemption, it was not there. Further research, and a
conversation with Steve Fiscus, revealed that Verizon did in fact pay
property taxes, but they were assessed and paid at the State level. Thus,
the county never assessed the property or collected taxes locally.
In short, I was wrong when I said Verizon paid no property taxes. My
apologies to all, and Bill London in particular.
Gregory C. Dickison
Lawyer & Counselor at Law
Post Office Box 8846
312 South Main Street
Moscow, Idaho 83843
(208) 882-4009


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