Property Reassessments

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Attorney Al Lindsay’s Take on Reassessment Mess

KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino talks to former federal prosecutor and current defense attorney Al Lindsay about being in contempt of court.

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA–01/06/2012

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Judge Rules County Must Use 2012 Reassessment, Fitzgerald Not Backing Down

Judge R. Stanton Wettick issued a ruling early this afternoon that Allegheny County must use the 2012 property assessment values.


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County Executive Rich Fitzgerald: Toss Your Reassessment

Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says he’s throwing out the reassessed property values and suggests homeowners do the same.


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Commercial Property Owners Take Big Hit In Reassessments

If you think residential property owners are taking a hit with incorrect super high reassessments, it’s only worse for the thousands who own commercial real estate in the city.


Assessment Appeal Assistance Counseling

Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says the city will be giving residents some extra help with the assessment process.


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Assessments Show 46 Percent Hike In Overall Value Of City Residential Property

A hearing was held today over the progress of the property reassessments that have been stirring controversy and causing much anger across Allegheny County this week.


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Ravenstahl Talks About County Assessments

KDKA AM’s John Shumway talks to Luke Ravenstahl about city residents’ outrage over increased property taxes.

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA–12/30/2011

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Onorato Urges Gov. Corbett To Veto Washington Co. Moratorium Bill

Governor Corbett should veto a bill that gives Washington County, but no other county, a moratorium on property reassessment. That is what Allegheny County Chief Executive Dan Onorato said in an interview Friday.


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Judge Orders Property Reassessments For Washington County

Allegheny County officials have been fighting reassessments of properties for years, but now judges have ordered them to do it. A similar decree was just made in Washington County on Wednesday.