The unlimited tax park bonds are general obligations of the district, payable from the personal property replacement tax (PPRT) fund of the state allocated to the district's corporate fund.
What does PPRT stand for?
PPRT stands for Personal Property Replacement Tax
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- Military and Government
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We have 7 other meanings of PPRT in our Acronym Attic
- Petroleum Production Reporting System
- Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Scheme (UK)
- Prime de Participation à la Recherche Scientifique (French: Premium Participation in Scientific Research)
- Promotions & Placements Referral System
- Papers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association
- Plant Protection and Regulatory Services Directorate (Ghana)
- Planned Parenthood of the Rochester/Syracuse Region (Rochester, New York)
- Partial Product Reduction Tree
- Permanency Planning Review Team (various organizations)
- Permanent Primer Replacement Topcoat
- Pharmacy Practice Research Trust (UK)
- Plan de Prévention des Risques Technologiques (French: Map of Technological Risk Prevention)
- Positive Practice Resource Team (Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare)
- Problem Property Resolution Team
- Program Pembangunan Rakyat Termiskin (Malay: Development Program for the Extremely Poor)
- Pulse Pair Resolving Time (physics)
- Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (Colorado)
- Procurement Problem Repair Turnaround Time
- Prepaid Roaming TopUp
- Provisional Peer Reviewed Toxicity Value
Samples in periodicals archive:
The series 2011C are also 'alternate bonds' issued in accordance with the Debt Reform Act and payable from amounts paid to the district from the Personal Property Replacement Tax Fund (PPRT) of the state.
While the levy, which represents over 60% of revenues, is projected to remain stable for the foreseeable future, personal property replacement tax (PPRT) collections have lagged during the recession; the District's ability to tap into other revenue sources, such as user fees, while continuing to tightly control expenditures will be key to continued fiscal health.