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Assessor meets with council, explains property taxes

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By Cal Braid Vauxhall Advance Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At the Nov. 20 Vauxhall council meeting, Ryan Vogt of Benchmark Assessment Consultants explained how he, as the Town’s property assessor, evaluates the property taxes that represent a major source of revenue for local governments. A property assessor is employed by the municipality, and in the case of Vauxhall, the Town contracts an assessor rather than… Read More »

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