(INDIANAPOLIS) - Martin County residents may soon notice a difference on their property tax bills...and nicely enough, it could be a decrease.
The Indiana Department of Revenue says that Martin County homeowners should see an average 35% cut in property tax bills for 2008 as a result of the property tax changes made in the general assembly this year.
The department of revenue says tax bills will top out at 1.5% of a home's assessed value this year, and that will drop to 1% in 2010.
The Martin County auditor expects those bills to hit mailboxes by July 10th.
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