The next round of property tax bills will be sent out Oct. 1 and are expected to quickly generate needed tax dollars.
The next round of property tax bills will be sent out Oct. 1 and are expected to quickly generate needed tax dollars. Seth Perlman The Associated Press
The next round of property tax bills will be sent out Oct. 1 and are expected to quickly generate needed tax dollars. Seth Perlman The Associated Press

Tarrant County taxpayers due millions in property tax refunds

August 30, 2016 06:17 PM

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