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assessed valuation

The value of a property as determined by a municipality for real estate tax purposes; often this valuation is less than the true market value of the property.
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In comparison, assessed valuations for commercial properties rose by 25.
In fact, the Finance document that discloses the history of the assessed valuation - known as an "AV HS" - already reflects the new reduced assessments, supporting Borin's claim that Finance already has the information it needs to generate new bills.
The 'A+' rating reflects Delta Community College District's (the district) good financial position, with adequate fund balances, strong assessed valuation growth, and excellent management.
The rates are paid per hundred dollars of billable assessed valuation.
The rating reflects the district's manageable debt burden, good average annual assessed valuation growth, strong voter support, and Island Hospital's stable operations.
Assessed valuation in the district has increased at an above average rate of 6.
Fitch expects the borough to continue its tax base diversification, assessed valuation growth, and its healthy general fund balances.
These strengths are somewhat offset by assessed valuation volatility resulting from revaluation of a petroleum refinery, a moderately-concentrated tax base, and sales and use tax volatility.
The district's debt burden is considered above average but manageable given its strong financial management, fiscal controls and operating performance, as well as prospects for continued enrollment and assessed valuation growth.
Taxable assessed valuations for fiscal 2001 demonstrated a fourth consecutive year of solid growth and building permits issued reached new thresholds.
The rating also incorporates the district's declining assessed valuations, above average tax base concentration, poor and erratic tax collection rates, and low wealth and high but declining unemployment rates.
Net growth in assessed valuations has been slight since 1994, with assessed value increasing in 1998 0.