Fairlawn Tax Appeals Triggers Reassessment

From The Fair Lawn Patch:

To combat the dramatic increase in the number of tax appeals being lost by the borough in recent years, a reassessment, which involves inspecting all of the town’s properties to ensure fair and equitable value assessments, was approved by council last fall and conducted over the winter by Appraisal Systems, Inc. for $371,500.

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