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New Azavar Customer: Palmview, Texas

Jan 26, 2021 9:07:30 AM

Welcome to the Azavar Family

More than ever, local governments need to make sure they’re getting what their due via existing taxes and fees. Azavar is excited to help Palmview with a thorough examination of its franchise fees and sales-tax receipts. Because when city finances are strong, cities are strong.

A Look at Palmview, Texas

  • Palmview’s grown by more than 25% during the past decade and is now home to nearly 5,500 residents.
  • Located within five miles of Palmview, preserves such as the National Butterfly Center and birding hotspot Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State offer residents a wealth of natural beauty.
  • Interstate 2 runs smack through the center of town, speeding commuters and tourists alike through the Rio Grande Valley to nearby towns such as McAllen and Pharr (another Azavar client).
Road to the Texas-Mexico border

It's Time for a Revenue Review

What about your municipality? Have you reviewed your receivables lately? From short-term rental fees to sales taxes, Azavar can help your finance team make sure every dollar is accounted for.

Our 360 Degree Review Cloud approach helps us recover all possible funds for municipalities like yours. We carefully examine ordinances, historical data, and processes to find any revenue leaks in your finances. With more than 25 years in service to municipalities, you know Azavar understands local government's challenges—and potential.

Contact Azavar today to speak with our team of local-government experts. We'll walk you through how and where to get started.

It never hurts to check.

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Ted Kamel

Written by Ted Kamel

Ted Kamel is a native of Tyler, Texas. His public service began in 1984 at age 24 when he was elected the youngest to serve on the Tyler City Council. He served 2 terms including Mayor Pro Tem. For the last 12 years, Kamel has been involved in helping cities with revenue discovery and recovery services. Kamel managed 2,700 hotel audits recovering more than $14 million for client cities.