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Reassessment Of Every Property In Beaver County Is Happening! Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Commissioners’ Appeal

The state Supreme Court today declined to hear Beaver County’s appeal of a lower court ruling requiring it to reassess every taxable property in the county. Because of county officials’ appeal machinations, the initial ruling to have all properties reassessed by June 2020 with new tax payments taking affect in 2021, will be pushed back…

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Lori Boone
Lori Boone
Lori DeLauter Boone has more than 20 years of experience in investigative and community journalism. She’s won more than a dozen regional, state and national journalism awards.

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In Your Opinion

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John Q Taxpayer
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John Q Taxpayer

We have a chance to vote all of these fucking thieves out of the courthouse, let’s not mess it up. Boycott every business owned by Betters. Start with The Willows.

Truthful
Guest
Truthful

Friends and family no more!! Start with Camp, then the Rossi gang, then on….

Truthful
Guest
Truthful

….and to think that Michael Rossi is running for Prothonotary!!

Can you say, “lost documents”, mistrial??

sezme
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sezme

betters started this shit, why , we do not know. he can afford to pay his taxes, no matter the cost…oh, wait, his lawyers will find a loop hole…he won’t pay a thing, like his biddy unis..the citizens of this county will pay out the ass, higher taxes, and to foot the bill for this re-ass-ess-ment. oh,wait, send THAt bill to betters..

HooHoo
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HooHoo

1/3 lower , 1/3 same , 1/3 higher is pure BS. Other than some sec 8 neighborhoods where will property be valued less or even the same than it was in 82 ??????????

Raven
Member
Raven

Thanks, Chuckie. Thanks for nothing. Hope you get those nice new numbers to help out with financing the Willows.

Raven
Member
Raven

Build it. Get tax breaks. Jack the assessed value up. Sell it. Make a cool million. Invest it in new condos. Move on. Repeat.

Georgiesguns
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Georgiesguns

1/3 the same-public housing/section 8 , 1/3 lower-Betters and hooked Politicians and friends, 1/3 higher -the working class who struggle to pay the bills

LeeRoy Dundlehay
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LeeRoy Dundlehay

I hope I live to see the day where the people revolt against the tyrannical governments that enslave us.

Raven
Member
Raven

Read about the French Revolution and be inspired.

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