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  • 'I don’t get that much a month': Upatoi resident outraged after property taxes rise drastically

    Jeanette Brown, a Upatoi resident, said her family has owned the property since 1968. She said her property taxes jumped from about $400 to $1,807 this year.

Jeanette Brown, a Upatoi resident, said her family has owned the property since 1968. She said her property taxes jumped from about $400 to $1,807 this year. Alva James-Johnson ajjohnson@ledger-enquirer.com
Jeanette Brown, a Upatoi resident, said her family has owned the property since 1968. She said her property taxes jumped from about $400 to $1,807 this year. Alva James-Johnson ajjohnson@ledger-enquirer.com

Taxpayers ‘mad as hell’ over property tax increases, councilor says

July 11, 2017 5:15 PM