A group of Centerville neighbors with larger than expected property tax bills say they are fuming over the $350,000 per acre appraised value set by the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office for land underneath their new condominiums.
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In response to complaints about what appeared to be high land values in Centerville set by the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office, the Dayton Daily News met with homeowners, interviewed county officials and searched through property tax records in Montgomery, Greene and Warren counties.