You think Albemarle and Charlottesville’s reassessments hurt the budget?

Here’s some perspective.

The (Loudoun) county Board of Supervisors is expected to face about a $250 million deficit and begins its budget negotiations later this month.

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  1. Eric February 17, 2008 at 17:35

    I think at issue is the use of real estate assessments as a revenue source for local government without having to go through public, the voter’s, approval for incresing the amount of tax dollars.

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