City of Fredericksburg, VA
 
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[Ord. No. 05-28, 11-22-2005]
A. 
The purpose of this article is to provide for the implementation of the changes to PPTRA effected by legislation adopted during the 2004 Special Session 1 and the 2005 Regular Session of the General Assembly of Virginia.
B. 
Terms used in this article that have defined meanings set forth in PPTRA shall have the same meanings as set for in Code of Virginia, § 58.1-3523, as amended.
C. 
To the extent that the provisions of this article conflict with any prior ordinance or provision of the City Code, this article shall control.
[Ord. No. 05-28, 11-22-2005]
A. 
For tax years commencing in 2006, the City adopts the provisions of Item 503.E of the 2005 Appropriations Act, providing for the computation of tax relief as a specific dollar amount to be offset against the total taxes that would otherwise be due but for PPTRA and the reporting of such specific dollar relief on the tax bill.
B. 
The Council shall, by resolution set the percentage of tax relief at such a level that it is anticipated fully to exhaust PPTRA relief funds provided to the City by the commonwealth.
C. 
Personal property tax bills shall set forth on their face the specific dollar amount of relief credited with respect to each qualifying vehicle, together with an explanation of the general manner in which relief is allocated.
[Ord. No. 05-28, 11-22-2005]
A. 
Allocation of PPTRA relief shall be provided in accordance with the general provisions of this section as implemented by the specific provisions of the City's annual budget relating to PPTRA.
B. 
Relief shall be allocated in such a manner as to eliminate personal property taxation of each qualifying vehicle with an assessed value of $1,000 or less.
C. 
Relief with respect to qualifying vehicles with assessed values of more than $1,000 shall be provided at a percentage, annually fixed and applied to the first $20,000 in value of each such qualifying vehicle, that is estimated fully to use all available state PPTRA relief. The percentage shall be established annually as a part of the adopted budget for the City.
[Ord. No. 05-28, 11-22-2005]
A. 
Pursuant to authority conferred in Item 503.D of the 2005 Appropriations Act, the City Treasurer is authorized to issue a supplemental personal property tax bill, in the amount of 100% of tax due without regard to any former entitlement to state PPTRA relief, plus applicable penalties and interest, to any taxpayer whose taxes with respect to a qualifying vehicle for tax year 2005 or any prior tax year remain unpaid on September 1, 2006, or such date as state funds for reimbursement of the state share of such bill have become unavailable, whichever earlier occurs.
B. 
Penalty and interest with respect to bills issued pursuant to Subsection A of this section shall be computed on the entire amount of tax owed. Interest shall be computed at the rate provided in Fredericksburg Code Chapter 70, "Taxation," Article II from the original due date of the tax.
[Ord. No. 05-28, 11-22-2005]
That this article shall be effective January 1, 2006.