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BANKRUPT
BON-TON
STORES INC. MAY BE REVIVED AND REINVENTED
Bon-Ton Stores, Inc., the more than century-old department store chain that declared bankruptcy in February and shut its doors Wednesday, may be close to a comeback...

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When Dorothy Novak built a home last year in Hempfield, she was told her annual
property taxes would be about $3,500. That bill could nearly double if the Hempfield Area School District is successful in a tax assessment appeal it filed this month...

 
Steep rises in property taxes are affecting multi-family and commercial
properties across the U.S. due to assessors resetting values at higher levels than before, according to a report in the National Real Estate Investor...

 
Malls are being hollowed out. Shops are closing by the thousands. Retailers are
going bankrupt. But it may too early to declare the death of retail, Americans have started shopping more – in stores...

 
On Feb. 7, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Gene D. Cohen issued a decision in a case of first impression related to a Philadelphia taxpayer's property assessment appeal. Cohen ordered that the land value of plaintiff Ruokai Chen's property be reduced from $113,150 to $79,000 for tax year 2017 and $82,000 for tax year 2018. While the decision appears to be a moderate dollar figure
adjustment to the value of one homeowner's property, the implications of Choen's decision could lend weight to thousands of Philadelphia taxpayers' property assessment appeals...