Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–May 23, 2007–A group of concerned citizens has organized itself to assure that Floridians are provided meaningful, comprehensive property tax reform NOW! The group named Citizens for Property Tax Reform will collect signatures to propose a constitutional amendment that would bring the property-tax issue to the ballot. A press conference will be held on Thursday, May 24th, 2007, at 10:00 AM at Versailles Restaurant located at 3555 SW 8 Street. The group will announce its proposed amendment and aggressive campaign to place this issue on the ballot. “It appears that the special session may not provide meaningful, comprehensive property tax reform. This is too critical an issue for us to sit back and watch it get diluted through Tallahassee’s ‘sausage-making’ legislative process, where what comes out at the end is unrecognizable from what went in at the beginning. We have come together as private citizens and are prepared to rally other citizens to place meaningful, comprehensive property tax reform on the ballot as a constitutional amendment”, said Bernie Navarro, Chairman of Citizens for Property Tax Reform. Citizens for Property Tax Reform will provide citizens with the vehicle and the tools to make themselves heard on this critical quality of life issue.