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Resource ID: #12708
Subject: Taxes
Source: New Times (Miami)
Date: 1995-12-28



A computer-assisted examination of all property-tax assessment appeals filed in Dade County in 1994 shed light on the machinations of a close-knit but loosely supervised group of county employees and private professionals who control the local appeals process, often to the benefit of powerful, well-connected owners of commercial property. Because county bureaucrats believe the appeals system to be self-policing, they make no effort to review that performance of administrative judges who rule on appeals. (Dec. 28, 1995)

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