More than 400 appealing assessment to state

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By Damon Lawrence

The fight isn’t over for people still unhappy about Roane County’s property reappraisal.

The Tennessee Board of Equalization will hear their appeals later this year.

“We have 424 appeals from Roane County,” Tennessee Comptroller spokesman Blake Fontenay said.

Last year’s state-mandated reappraisal conducted by the Roane County Property Assessor’s Office left people fuming.

The higher assessments many received in May came during an economic downturn. It was also less than two years after the TVA ash spill.

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