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Assessment appeals — the hearing
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We've concluded that it is worth pursuing the appeal and are going forward. We filed our notice with the County Board of Tax Appeal by April 1 and paid the required fee – $25 in our case. The hearing, open to the public, will be scheduled (usually

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