Bundesliga* Data updated as of March 5, 2020 If Borussia Dortmund has something, it is an enviable ability to rebuild again and again. It has always been a leading team in Germany but almost every year he loses some of his stars. But that has never destabilized the club, which has always managed to get ahead and stay in the elite thanks to good investments in young and talented soccer players. Just have a look at the current template, in which they are Sancho, Haaland, Achraf (assigned), Akanji, Queen or Zagadou, to realize that in the German club they have an eye to find footballers with a lot of potential.And now they have proposed to sign the pearl of Birmingham, Jude Bellingham, for which they would have already reached an agreement to be incorporated in the summer. According Bild, They would pay up to 35 million euros for the 16-year-old young Englishman. The midfielder (sometimes acts as an interior), which plays in the U23 England since the age of 15, he has four goals and three assists in 31 games. It is not known if the player will become a world-class soccer player, but that would be the most expensive signing in the history of Borussia Dortmund if the deal is finally closed with those figures.
Some homeowners in a landslide threatened area of Wenatchee Heights are seeking to get their property taxes reduced.Cracks in a closed section of Whispering Ridge Road indicate the ground in the area’s shifting. Chelan County Assessor Deanna Walter says homes with foundation issues could qualify for relief if there’s structural damage.She said “If the foundation’s altered, cracked or whatever, it may result in other things like windows not setting right, problems with trusses. There could be a whole host of issues.”Houses structurally damaged from ground shifting or a landslide would qualify for property tax reductions as “destroyed property”. Such damages allow home values from 2015, which are due in the current year, to be lowered.Homeowners evacuated because of the landslide threats can get their taxes reduced for that reason, but will have to wait.Walter says “If they can’t access their property and there’s no power and water, then we’ve certainly got some issues with value. But that would impact their value this year.”Because taxes are paid based on the previous year’s values, those who are currently evacuated must wait until 2017 to experience any property tax relief.22 homes in the subdivision along Whispering Ridge Road are valued between $120,000 and $425,000. Walter says she’s offered to meet with the homeowner’s association to explain property tax options for homeowners with structurally damaged houses, or homeowners who’ve been evacuated.She’s also placed calls to the county PUD and Emergency Management regarding how the residents who’ve been evacuated are being handled.