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September 26, 2013 at 6:24 AM

Real-estate taxes in Seattle

Questions for letter writer

I have some questions for unhappy property owner Stuart Weibel. [“Northwest Voices: New city budget,” Opinion, Sept. 25.]

Does he know the assessments come from the King County assessor’s office and not the mayor’s office and feature an appeal process?

Did he read the latest Case-Shiller Index article? [“Home prices up again in Seattle,” Business, Sept. 25.]

Is his Queen Anne condominium assessed for more than he paid 14 months ago?

Don DeWeese, Seattle

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