On Thursday, March 3, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Dr. Larry DeBoer from Purdue University Agricultural Economics will provide a 2016 Legislative Session 9j4hnzaa20hkh9h8qvjd_400x400Update via video streaming and can be viewed from multiple locations across the state.

The closest location is the Washington County Government Building Meeting Room (806 Martinsburg Rd., Salem) or you can watch it from your personal computer.  

Register to receive the link.  

All individuals involved in county and local government budgeting are encouraged to partipate —  (county councils and commissioners, mayors and city councils, town boards, school boards, library boards, townships, etc.  

The workshop is free.

To register, go to the Local Government website at, select Local Government Finance & Budgeting page and then click the register link or contact the Washington County Extension Office by phone at 812-883-4601 or email [email protected].   

2016 may be a short session for the Indiana State Legislature but it is certainly not short of property tax bills.  

From proposed changes to farmland assessment, the maximum growth quotient, road funding and more, there’s plenty to discuss.  

What could these changes mean for local governments and Indiana taxpayers?  

Find out more in this session of On Local Government.

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