• Notices are chance for appeal
BROOKINGS – Brookings County property owners have been finding their 2014 assessment notice in the mail this week, compliments of the county Equalization Office.
The assessment notices are printed on yellow, 8 1/2-by-11 sheets of paper, in a window envelope from the Equalization Office.
Joyce Dragseth, director of equalization, said the values on the 2014 notices represent her office’s estimate of full and true market value on all properties, except for ag land valuations.
“If you own more than one parcel, you may have several parcels listed on one piece of paper,” Dragseth noted.For the complete article see the 02-20-2014 issue.
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