Some Polk County homeowners are still fighting increased property values. Commissioners are now bringing the issue to state leaders.
This is an update to a story 7 News first brought you last month. These folks say their proximity to the Tryon International Equestrian Center is leading to tax bills they can’t afford.
Commissioners say their hands are tied because the state decides how properties are valued. Commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday asking for reform to help these and other North Carolina property owners.
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