Lawrence Appeals Puts Pressure On Tax Rates

A total of 195 tax assessment appeals were filed this year by Lawrence Township property owners by the April 2 deadline, a record number for the township, according to a story published today by The Lawrence Ledger,

…More at Report: Record Number of Tax Appeals Filed This Year

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