• Issue of
  • Jun 6-12, 2018
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News & Opinion

  • Property tax sticker shock: A closer look
  • An Urbanist View
  • Property tax sticker shock: A closer look

    The Chatham County Board of Assessors decided this year to give every residential lot in Thomas Square (and adjacent neighborhoods) a set price. Not a set price per square foot, mind you, which would make sense -- just one flat price.
  • Editor's Note
  • Editor's Note: A politician’s sad attack on the homeless

    It would be disturbing enough for an average citizen to have this privileged attitude toward people much less fortunate. But for an elected official to claim, as Petrea does, that a proper use of his power is to force the evacuation of people who live on the commuter route to his district because they're an "eyesore" is beyond the pale.

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