For an example of grassroots muscle, you needn’t look any further than last year’s Plano municipal elections.
The tax “rate” is a meaningless number on its own.
Texas taxpayers demand substantial, real property tax reform and relief this session.
The average Plano resident’s city property taxes increased by $483 over the past five years. What did the city do with the money?
All too often, decisions that impact Plano citizens are made in closed sessions, away from public scrutiny.