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Residential property values to decrease, farms to increase in 2014

December 1, 2013

LISBON — Residential property values in Columbiana County are expected to decrease in 2014 but the same cannot be said for farm land, according to county Auditor Nancy Milliken....

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Dec-01-13 8:28 AM

go to Bing maps, birds eye view, It's free, but then again, why use something that is free. Property taxes are like gasoline. The price goes up overnight but doesn't go down for years, and never to the point it is realistic. The two political parties we have are only interested in what the two can do to keep them drawing a big paycheck and an even bigger pension, and many times both at the same time.

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Dec-01-13 11:43 AM

Hopefully these changes are justifiable, but regardless of that, as voters we have the responsibility to make our votes count by thoroughly examining all candidates and making an educated vote, rather than vote based on party affiliation or who the media favors. We have people in office who have been in office too long, and it will continue to be the same old swan song until we get new faces and fresh ideas in office. The economy in this area is still pretty dire and we need leaders who have the ambition and the plans to move forward.

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Dec-01-13 11:45 AM

they need to get a real value of properties in the county.they are too high for this county.but a reduction would mean that our elected would have to do some real work to manage with less money.

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