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Wright abandoning assessment effort

Taxpayers question fairness of values

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Taxpayer uproar over increased property values is leading the town of Wright to pull out of a multitown assessment program. The move leaves two other towns, Schoharie and Esperance, looking for $22,000 or a new partner. The three towns joined in 2008 to form a Coordinated Assessing Program, which gives municipalities the ability to share the cost of assessing property values. They also shared a professional assessor, doing away with elected or appointed assessors. The ...


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