A look at Pine Plains: Do higher property assessments mean higher taxes?


PINE PLAINS— It’s a murky issue: how a rise in property assessments may or may not impact taxes. After all, one’s tax bill is based on the assessed value of one’s home. And that’s exactly why Pine Plains residents are trying to decode, after receiving letters in the mail from the Assessors’ Office, the result of their assessments being on the rise.

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