Emerson Properties recently received a tax break amounting to just under $42,500 after the Campbell County Board of Equalizations reassessed 241 pieces of its properties. Emerson Properties owner Boog Potter feels this reduction still isn’t enough.
“It’s still too high,” Potter said. “I bought the property in 2009 for less than $1 million.”
Potter believes the property was appraised too high by the property assessor’s office.
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