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County officials opt to fight tax appeal

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Company rep says apartments qualify for exemption

By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

TELL CITY - Perry County commissioners agreed with County Assessor Mendy Ward in a June 1 regular meeting that the Continental Apartments should not receive a property-tax exemption, and to employ a Carmel attorney to represent them if the issue goes to court.

The exemption request was made by parent company Grandview Care Inc., Ward told the commissioners, which owns several properties. The current request was for the apartments at the corner of 20th and Tell  streets in Tell City.


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