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Your Views: Property tax reassessments always err on the high side

POSTED: May 31, 2014 1:00 a.m.

Echoing Al Marks’ letter in The Times on Friday, the recent property re-evaluations leave something to be desired. I generally support the idea of reassessment, particularly for properties that have not been assessed or sold in a long time. But what is the logic for assessing properties that have very recently been sold, instead of using actuals?

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