OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – After battling the effects of COVID-19, worried and upset Douglas County commercial property owners say now is not the time for huge property tax increases.
It’s been a tough year for some commercial and industrial property owners and they say an increase in property taxes could make matters worse.
“COVID has hurt us 75% of our income,” said owner Jackie Law.
Jackie Law owns a building in Ralston and believes property taxes are too high, especially after dealing with COVID. She tells 6 News she understands why taxes are going up.
“As Nebraskans, we don’t have the population to support a lot of the things we want. We want services and services to cost money, ”Law said.
When Ann Hough took a look at her property taxes, the numbers …
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