County assessor clarifies property tax issue

Thursday, July 2, 2015

by Tim Bondy

Mountain Home News

New and revised property value assessments on Elmore County irrigated farmlands were sent out on Friday that will still affect local farmers.

The revision for these Category 1 agricultural farm lands was necessary, in part, because better data became available to incorporate into the formula used to calculate the market value of the land, according to County Assessor Ron Fisher.

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  • In other words the county kowtowed to the land owners.

    -- Posted by gmoney on Thu, Jul 2, 2015, at 12:24 PM
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