Thanks to Richard Brady for his sensible response to the skewed article in the paper (“County real estate taxes are inequitable and comparatively high, yet vital to preserving Rappahannock’s identity,” Sept. 9). The fact is that even though we have the highest composite index and we have no chain or box stores for extra revenue our tax rate is about the same as all our neighbors except Fauquier
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Piedmont Supervisor Christine Smith is running to be reelected to the Rappahannock County Board of Supervisors, describing the county as a “world-class beauty” and the people of Rappahannock as “salt-of-the earth.”
This letter provides more detail to an issue the Foothills Forum article on taxation in the county touched on, being the divergence in property assessments between higher and lower-end properties.