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JLG Tax Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Mytrell Ragland
19:14
do i have to have my camera on
Chelsea Neblett
20:14
No, please feel free to turn camera on or off. Whatever you are comfortable with
JD
29:50
@Willie Dinwell & @Chelsea. What is the status of the 2020 HPTAP Exemptions Applications? I applied online in December 2020 and have not received any notification or correspondence.
Christina Peltier
39:25
The presentation will be posted online at www.joelouisgreenway.com in the next few days. You can also request a copy by emailing joelouisgreenway@detroitmi.gov.
Chelsea Neblett
43:12
Office of the Assessor: 313-224-3011 or assessors@detroitmi.gov
Chelsea Neblett
47:15
HPTAP information and application, please visit www.detroitmi.gov/HPTAP
k. green
51:21
What does it mean when a property id cannot be found on the city parcel viewer or the wayne county treasure's website?
k. green
52:23
Are residents taxed at the same rate as commercial/industrial businesses? And could you tell us what those rates are?
k. green
53:13
How often are assessments done on residential and commercial/industrial properties?
Chelsea Neblett
53:18
Ms. Green, great questions! We will be sure to address during Q&A.
k. green
53:26
thank you
Alvin Horhn
53:45
Hi, there are different millage rates for residential, commercial, and industrial properties in the State of Michigan.
Alvin Horhn
54:58
All properties are assessed yearly. We are required by city statute to reappraisal 20% of all residential properties each year starting in 2021.
Alvin Horhn
55:44
Commercial and industrial properties are also assessed yearly. We reappraisal those properties on a five year interval.
Alvin Horhn
57:16
I can share the millage table used by the City of Detroit to tax the various classes of properties with the association. Or if you send me your email address to horhna@detroitmi.gov, I'll send it to you.
k. green
58:06
cutthecrap313@gmail.com thank you very much
Julian Witherspoon III
01:00:20
jspooniii@aol.com Thank You!
Ms.Kittie
01:02:26
Is there a income limit for the PAYS program
Ms.Kittie
01:04:30
Is there help for homeowners outside of the income guidelines
Greenway Heritage Conservancy
01:04:43
Are there any programs for the previous homeowner of a current landbank property?
Chelsea Neblett
01:04:51
Thanks, Ms. Kittie, we will have Mr. Donwell address
Rushann
01:06:42
How are property taxes calculated for commercial/industrial businesses?
Chelsea Neblett
01:07:02
@greenway, yes, there are Occupied Programs at the DLBA. Here are the details: For previous owners the program is Buy Back, https://buildingdetroit.org/buy-back/
Chelsea Neblett
01:08:30
We can connect you or the residents with the Program Manager who can assist at the DLBA. Please email me at neblettc@detroitmi.gov
Rushann
01:09:19
Second Question, The Treasury website shows delinquent or over taxes. Is there a website where you can see the actual yearly amount of taxes on properties in the City of Detroit?
Greenway Heritage Conservancy
01:12:17
Thank you!
Alvin Horhn
01:12:52
horhna@detroitmi.gov
Rushann
01:14:43
How recent is and accurate are the tax assessment and taxable values on the City of Detroit parcel viewer?
k. green
01:20:44
could you put up the website to check the current tax bill on a property
JD
01:21:21
Mr. Donwell mentioned that if you received a 2019 or 2020 HPTAP, you don't have to reapply for Property Tax Exemptionfor 2021 you will automatically get a 2021 Tax Exemption. Did I hear that correctly? I received a 2019 HPTAP & applied for a 2020 HPTAP due to COVID-19 job loss but I have not received any notification or correspondence about my 2020 HPTAP application. I spoke with Ms. Hickson January 14th & she said letters would go out by January 30th but I still have not received anything in the mail or email.
Eva Torres Mayor's Office
01:26:51
I have another meeting to log into. Eva Torres District 6 Manager Department of Neighborhoods 313-236-3530 torrese@detroitmi.gov
Mytrell Ragland
01:27:30
#9
Ms. Hunter
01:30:44
regina7515@msn.com
Alvin Horhn
01:31:11
That is correct, if you received an HPTAP exemption in 2019 or 2020 you will automatically receive the exemption for 2021. I apologize, the Office of the Assessor is behind in get those letters out. But everyone will be notified by the close of the March Board of Review by letter on this change in law.
Mytrell Ragland
01:37:35
*9
JD
01:37:45
Thank you! This is a blessing 🙏
Willie Donwell
01:42:42
Willie Donwell 313-628-2673 donwellw@detroitmi.gov
Christina Peltier
01:47:07
Landlord support, https://www.michigan.gov/mshda/0,4641,7-141-5555-533463--,00.html
Ishmail
01:48:18
I have a question....Ishmail Terry
Christina Peltier
01:49:30
Feel free to raise your hand by going to reactions at the bottom of your screen or type the question in the chat box.
Chelsea Neblett
01:54:30
Here is my contact: Chelsea Neblett313.518.3826neblettc@detroitmi.gov
Ms. Hunter
01:56:19
Thank you.
Mytrell Ragland
02:01:50
everyone be safe and stay blessed
Chelsea Neblett
02:01:58
You as well
Barb Matney
02:03:18
are you going to talk about NEZ for those who might not qualify for the property tax exemption
Greenway Heritage Conservancy
02:03:28
Thank you so much to our presenters and to everyone who has participated in this meeting this evening. Greenway Heritage Conservancy is committed to helping our residents get the assistance that they need. GreenwayHeritageConservancy@gmail.com
Carolyn Pruitt
02:09:39
Can Mr. Horhn provide his contact info?
Carolyn
02:10:54
Thanks
k. green
02:11:11
Thank you to everyone!
Ms. Hunter
02:11:52
Thank you for an excellent presentation. Stay safe.
Sydney Hofferth she or her
02:12:02
Thanks all!