LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Attorney Michele Allgood presented to County Assessors at the Arkansas Assessment Coordination Department. In her presentation, she reviewed tax abatement, PILOT agreements and Act 9 bonds and discussed how these can be used to retain and expand existing industrial facilities and locate new industrial facilities in communities.
Allgood has extensive experience in all areas of municipal finance, including bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, issuer’s counsel, trustee’s counsel, purchaser’s counsel and borrower’s counsel. She represents state agencies, cities, counties, facility boards, and commissions in matters of capital improvement and economic development projects. She has experience in taxable, tax exempt, public and private municipal finance transactions and advises clients in general corporate law, business transactions, and government relations in matters of public finance law.
AACD's mission is to efficiently promote and oversee fair, equitable and uniform property tax treatment for all taxpayers, local government officials, and school districts within and across all seventy-five Arkansas counties.
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