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Adjusting The Tax Bills

September 20, 2012 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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A lack of inventory of home sales in prior years, a very unsettled market in 2011, ever changing neighborhood dynamics, and simple human error were some of the contributing that led to corrections to some of the assessed values of some neighborhoods. Further issues were identified during the review period in May and June as well as during the formal appeals to the Teton County Board of Equalization.  As a result, Teton County Assessor Dawn Johnson and her staff are currently correcting the assessments of properties in the town of Wilson, and the neighborhoods of Polo Ranches and River Meadows.  Revised property tax bills will be mailed to affected property owners in the coming weeks.  In addition to addressing this year’s corrections, the Johnson is evaluating the circumstances that lead to the errors to ensure the issues have been addressed for future assessments.

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