The assessed valuations of all property listed for taxation have been fixed as provided by law and the tax returns showing such assessed valuations are in the Revenue Commissioner's office and open for public inspection. The Board of Equalization will sit at the courthouse September 8, 2020 thru September 14, 2020 to consider such protests as may be filed by any taxpayer as herein provided, and that any taxpayer, who is not satisfied with the valuations of his property as fixed and entered on the return lists as required herein, may file objections in writing to such assessed valuations with the Secretary of said board, within 30 days of the date of final publication of said notice, and the taxpayer shall set out in such objections filed the description of each item of property and his reason for making objections to the assessed valuation as placed thereon.


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