On the Frontlines at the Capitol for NAIOP Members and their Business Tenants

December 5, 2011 at 3:09 pm

Early in the session, Senator Geoff Michel, district 41/Edina, introduced a bill to reduce and ultimately phase out the state general property tax on business properties, a remarkable change in legislative tenor in and of itself.

  • Senator Michel immediately called NAIOP, as the first line of defense for business property taxpayers at the Capitol, to arrange solid supportive testimony for his bill.
  • NAIOP turned to Pat Mascia, whose testimony was “an important step in the demonstrating to many legislators the serious impact of property taxes on Minnesota businesses’ ability to compete and create jobs.”

On behalf of all NAIOP members and business property taxpayers, we would like to acknowledge Pat for his dedication and advocacy.

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