Thursday, August 15, 2013
If you live in Carroll County you need to file an objection by Monday, August 19:
1. Get a form from the Equalization Board to object your property assessment stating that due to the SWEPCO project you can’t sell your property at 2012 market value. Send an email to Jamie Correia at firstname.lastname@example.org, (870) 423-2022
2. Come in and talk to the board. Due to the SWEPCO Transmission Line Project the value of your property has gone down 50 percent and you are overtaxed.
Bring a map showing how close your property is to any one of the six routes. If your property is traversed by one or more routes, the value is less than 20 percent of the 2012 assessment.
If your neighbor’s property is traversed by any one of the lines, and the line would be in line of sight from your property tell the county assessor that your property has gone down at least 40 percent.
Use www.SWEPNO.com to find exactly how far the routes are from your property and other landmarks.
For other insights and to read why we all need electricity but not transmission lines, go to www.GrassRootsOzark.net.
Dr. Luis Contreras
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