At Monday’s meeting, the Board of Commissioners approved a resolution calling for the formation of two more boards, so there will be three Boards of Equalization. Per state the law, the county can have up to four, but the Clerk of Court has requested only two more be added, explained County Manager William Wilson Jr.
The members of the Board of Equalization, which hears property tax revaluation appeals that have been settled after a hearing by the Board of Assessors, have to be appointed by the Grand Jury. The Grand Jury convenes next month.
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