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Posted on: June 29, 2018
[ARCHIVED] Special Assessments--A Common Way to Recover Costs of Public Improvements
Several months ago a state legislator called me into his office to discuss
Curt Witynski in July 2018 the Municipality
a question he had received from a constituent. The constituent had called to complain about the city charging her a special assessment of over $1,000 for sidewalk and curb . . .