Rest Of Allegheny County To Receive 2012 Property AssessmentsThose new assessment values that caused so much consternation in the city may be arriving in your mailbox very soon. At a hearing Thursday, Judge R. Stanton Wettick ordered the county to start mailing them out suburban communities next week.
Judge Rules To Delay Use Of 2012 Assessment NumbersJudge R. Stanton Wettick has made a decision regarding the delay of the 2012 assessment. The new numbers will be postponed until 2013.
County Executive, Judge In Assessment Standoff Call it a standoff between senior Judge Stanton Wettick and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald over property assessments.
Judge Delays Ruling On 2012 Assessments, Fitzgerald RespondsThe judge who ordered the 2012 property assessments is now ordering county administrators in charge of assessments to listen to him and not Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald.
Tuesday's Hearing Could Clear Assessment ConfusionIf you live in the city or Mt. Oliver, in the next day or so you'll be receiving a letter from County Executive Rich Fitzgerald telling you those new reassessment values on your home or business are no longer in effect.
Property Assessment Attorneys Suggest Filing Formal AppealsAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald's cancellation of informal assessment hearings caught some by surprise at the county assessment office. "I don't like it and it's not fair," said one taxpayer who showed for a cancelled hearing.
Attorney Asks Judge To Hold Fitzgerald In ContemptDon Driscoll, the attorney representing the homeowners who sued to have the reassessments, asked Judge R. Stanton Wettick to hold Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald in contempt of court.
County Executive Rich Fitzgerald: Toss Your ReassessmentAllegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald says he’s throwing out the reassessed property values and suggests homeowners do the same.
Assessments Show 46 Percent Hike In Overall Value Of City Residential PropertyA 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.
Showdown Looming Over Allegheny Co. ReassessmentThere is a showdown brewing over Allegheny County's court-ordered reassessments and the winner will determine how much you will pay in property taxes.
Onorato Not Giving Up Battle Over ReassessmentsAllegheny County Dan Onorato has just a few months left as county executive and he jokes that he is leaving office just as he started it eight years ago -- fighting against what he calls the unfair reassessment of Allegheny County property owners.
Property Assessments To Hit City Of Pittsburgh FirstAfter years of delays, assessment notices are coming. The new property values will determine how much you will be paying in real estate taxes to your municipality, your school district and the county.