Monroe Co. superintendent's $1.1 million mistake results in tax increase for thousands of taxpayers

WRTVPublished: May 11, 2018
Published: May 11, 2018

A school superintendent made a $1.1 million mistake that’s resulted in tax increases for thousands of taxpayers in Richland and Bean Blossom townships, Call 6 Investigates has learned. “I was shocked and surprised,” said Kathy Abell, a longtime taxpayer in Stinesville. “At a school board meeting last year, we were assured our taxes would remain neutral, they wouldn’t increase or decrease. So, when I received the bill I was unpleasantly surprised my taxes had gone up.” Abell’s spring property tax bill increased by $120.

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