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Big box stores have challenged their property tax bills in Wichita and in other Midwestern states including Wisconsin, Michigan and Indiana, with varying degrees of success. No one is panicking yet, but they are monitoring the situation. Ebel, the Overland Park city manager, has cautioned that the Walmart and Target decisions could lead to a cascade of other businesses also successfully appealing their values. He said it's difficult to plan, but at some point he would have to "start making decisions on how to curb spending to accommodate the loss of tax revenue.
He said the budget implications aren't yet clear, but could become more apparent next year.
Devin Wilson, a parent of two children in the Shawnee Mission School District and a candidate for school board, said the public needs to be more aware of the potential consequences. At a county commission budget hearing July 29, Overland Park resident Julie Berggren told the commission she was "extremely worried" that if the county loses its appeals, the tax burden will fall hard on residents. Commissioners responded that if tax money drops, they will manage the budget as they have during economic downturns.
But they acknowledged it could be a challenge. At least one city, Roeland Park, is already seeing a budget impact.
The city had planned to spend that money on Roe Boulevard improvements but is now using other funds, said finance director Jennifer Jones-Lacy. If the Walmart, CVS and Walgreens stores in Roeland Park also reduce their tax bills, it could affect other capital improvement projects.
Tom Cox, a Kansas legislator from Shawnee, says he can see both sides of the argument. On one hand, he believes the county boosted commercial appraisals too dramatically in Still, he questions how the stores can be valued regardless of the occupant. He says the issue will most likely have to be resolved by the courts, rather than by the Kansas Legislature.