Indiana Assessor defended her property tax valuation of woodland as excess residential, not agricultural; Court would not reweigh the evidence

Indiana Assessor defended her property tax valuation of woodland as excess residential, not agricultural; Court would not reweigh the evidence

In Kildsig v. Warrick County Assessor (October 8, 2013), the Owner challenged the March 1, 2009 assessment of his property, which included 12.648 acres of land, his residence, two pole barns, a lake, and just over 11 acres of woods.  He claimed that 11.648 acres should have been classified as agricultural land, … [Read more...]