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April 29, 2008

Albany-  Dougherty County's Board of Tax Assessors will appeal a judge's decision to move ahead with a lawsuit filed by the Dougherty County Taxpayers Association.

As we told you last week, Judge John Crosby found enough merit in the lawsuit that challenges last year's countywide property reassessments to allow the suit to go forward.

Attorneys for the Board of Tax Assessors filed a Certificate of Immediate Review, that will allow the state court of appeals to review Crosby's ruling and determine whether the lawsuit should go forward or be rolled into more than 100 appeal cases being heard in Dougherty Superior Court.

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