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Attorney David Domina to Be a Featured Guest at a Norfolk Public Forum on Property Taxes

Attorney David Domina to Be a Featured Guest at a Norfolk Public Forum on Property Taxes

Domina Law Group attorney David Domina will address the growing property tax issues in Nebraska at a public forum in Norfolk, NE later this month.

Dave was invited to be a featured speaker for the event at the Johnny Carson Theatre at Norfolk High School, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 28. The other speakers invited to participate in this forum will help cover this topic from a variety of angles – Dave will be joined by State Senator Tom Briese of Albion, NE and past Nebraska Association of School Boards President Linda Richards. State Senator and speaker of the Nebraska Legislature Jim Scheer of Norfolk, NE may also attend, depending on prior family commitments.

As one of the few attorneys in the United States to win a jury verdict of more than $1 billion – he represented cattlemen in the case in question against the largest slaughterhouse in the country over its manipulation of the market – Dave will be able to provide unique insight into what it takes to handle a massive case like that.

He will discuss the history of property taxes in the state, before the other speakers will tackle additional topics including education funding and the part that the State Legislature plays in funding students’ educations in Nebraska. At the end, Dave will share some potential solutions and the speakers will all discuss the topic with each other aided by audience input. Daily News editor Kent Warneke will act as the moderator for this event.

The public forum is being sponsored by the Independent Cattlemen of Nebraska (ICON), and the Neligh News & Leader and the Norfolk Daily News will serve as media sponsors. This event is free and open to the public, and all Northeast Nebraskans are invited to attend and share their thoughts about the best ways to address the how to balance property taxes and providing children throughout the state with a quality education.

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