Increasing
October 26, 2023

Increasing property taxes a conern at all levels

 

By Michael Williamson, Richwood Gazette

Property taxes in Richwood have gone up and residents and officials are asking what can be done to curb it.

State Rep. Tracy Richardson visited the regular council meeting Monday night to update officials about goings-on at the state level. Among the topics of discussion was the growing pressure for residents, particularly with fixed incomes, to keep up with raising rates.

Richardson said that is a top priority for her and others at the Ohio Statehouse as she and fellow members of congress have been appointed to a commission to look at the issue.

“In this current market, we keep seeing increases in property values, right?” Richardson…

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