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Replacing police fee

24 May 2011

By The Salt Lake Star Tribune

 

by: Katie Herrera

 

By JAMES C. McKINLEY

Schools are bracing for the largest public education cuts since World War II.

 

U.S. Oil Co. Inc. has won an appellate court ruling in an assessment case that may lead to a $530,000 tax refund from the City of Milwaukee.

 

TAXPAYER MUST CONTEST REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENT
DURING THE INVOLVED TAX YEAR

 
 
 

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