Nebraska landowners have until Monday to protest any changes in the value of their property over the past year.
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - The state Revenue Department says landowners should have received notices from their counties this spring if the assessed value of their property was changing.
Property owners who disagree with an assessed value can file a protest with their county's board of equalization. The protests must be submitted in person or by mail with the clerk of the county where the property is located.
More information: www.revenue.ne.gov/PAD/
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