MOUNT VERNON — A number of residents around the county have received notifications from the auditor’s office of value changes to their properties, which will affect their next property taxes.



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3 Responses to “Aerial photos bring tax changes into focus”

  1. am

    I don’t pretend to know how it all works but common sense tells me that out property taxes should not be going up when our property values are going down???
    Someone explain this to me please!!!

  2. ABCDuh

    And you just thought they were up looking for dope growing operations. Let’s not forget about that processing fee to pay for the busy bodies that sift through the photos. Look at the bright side, the county found a way to pay for council member raises they approved for themselves earlier this year.

  3. John Davidson

    Up, up and away out of sight. A surcharge might be added for the aerial photos, too.