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Assessor Hears Complaints Over Personal Property Assessments

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Posted: Saturday, December 8, 2012 2:09 pm

Some Franklin County residents, and at least one official, have voiced complaints about a new method of assessing the value of vehicles and other personal property.

The new statewide system uses a vehicle’s identification number (VIN) to better identify the amenities and accessories. The result, in some cases, is a higher assessed value on a vehicle than in previous years.  

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