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Revaluation Year Brings Counties Choice of Methods

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In 1937, the state's counties needed to reevaluation property tax choosing one of two options, full reevaluation or horizontal increase/decrease. Horizontal increase/decrease refers to a raise or lessening of taxes with a uniform percentage instead of the costly and time consuming of assessing every parcel. Boards of Commissioners were responsible for making this decision for their counties.
Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 4 Issue 3, Dec 1936, p7-8