Please join Mike Jacobs and your Chamblee and Brookhaven neighbors for a town hall meeting concerning property assessments on Tuesday, July 1, at 7:00 p.m. at Chamblee First United Methodist Church, 4147 Chamblee Dunwoody Road.
Brookhaven and Chamblee been hit especially hard with property assessment increases for the 2014 tax year. At this meeting, Mike will explain in detail how to properly appeal your assessment. There is more to the appeal process than simply sending a letter saying that you disagree with your assessment on the basis of fair market value. However, if armed with the right information, it is a process that homeowners can handle on their own.
The deadline for DeKalb County property assessment appeals is July 14.
Mike also will discuss the state and local issues that are important to you.
We hope to see you there on July 1!
While you are contemplating whether or not you want to appeal your 2014 outsize property tax assessment, read Stan Jester’s latest post “$3 Million Grant to Grow DeKalb Schools Central Office” (i.e., the Palace) on yet another brazen money grab by the Friends-and-Family Crowd at the Palace.