New property tax notices going to 1,500 residents

BUFORD -- About 1,500 Buford residents received incorrect property tax assessment notices, county officials said Friday.

The error, said Gwinnett government spokeswoman Heather Sawyer, is in the calculation of estimated taxes, not the assessed/taxable value. But the error will give those residents extra time to file appeals.

This week, the Board of Assessors voted to send out corrected notices, which will occur after the city provides updated homestead exemption information, Sawyer said. The error occurred on about 1,500 of the 4,500 notices issued to homeowners inside the city of Buford.

Once the new notices are issued, residents will have 45 days to appeal the property values.


Gundoctor1 3 years, 2 months ago

Sorry folks, we forgot that you must pay for the GBraves stadium. "Get ready, cause here it comes."


gwinnettresident1 3 years, 2 months ago

You no they got the s*&t going on....Last year my home value went down on my tax notice...It went down 15 thousand but tax went up go figure. They said it was a solid waste increase...If it smells likes taxes looks like taxes it must be a tax called something else. Obama style.


rco1847 3 years, 2 months ago

It's to be expected - All republicans running this county government. Five commissioners sharing one brain.. Two most recent commissioners lest in discgrace and criminal charges.


rco1847 3 years, 2 months ago

I didn't think the traffic could get worse,,, then they built the Gwinnett Braves venue.This whole county is for sale and we can all sell popcorn and beer for a living.


BuzzG 3 years, 2 months ago

It is time to starve the beast. Let's put the BOC on a diet.


kevin 3 years, 2 months ago

why can't the public employees get their job done correctly the first time? Very costly to remail them.


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