Romulus (NY) Wins Assessment Lawsuit

The Town of Romulus has defeated a lawsuit by a local corporation that sought to reduce from nearly $300,000 total to zero the taxable value of several private properties that the corporation owns.  In a decision dated Thursday (May 21), Acting Supreme Court Justice Dennis Bender ruled that Lakeshore Landing Homeowners Association Inc. (“Lakeshore Landing”) had failed to provide any evidence to show the town’s assessor and board of assessment review erred in setting the parcels’ values during the town’s 2014 assessment process.   Read the article……….


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