Tax Money From Texas Eastern Transmission Pipeline to Be Shared by Several Districts

From The Herald Star:
Six townships and three school districts will be part of the taxing districts to share in $5 million a year in public utility taxes paid by the Texas Eastern Transmission line.

The pipeline, valued at $84.9 million in Jefferson County alone, runs north to south in the western part of the county. 
Texas Eastern Transmission submitted information to the Ohio Department of Taxation stating which taxing districts in the county the pipeline passes through. 
But Lewis “Doby” Piergallini, chief deputy county auditor, real estate division, said the information submitted by the Texas Eastern Transmission was incorrect. The error wasn’t discovered until after taxing districts were told by the county auditor’s office how much money each was going to receive annually from the pipeline, he said.
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