by Staff writer
A settlement has been reached in a case that will stand as a victory for fairness and reasonable tax assessments. The petitioners in Menards vs. Winona County accepted an adjusted market rate of $7.2 million, down from the $9 million that was originally assessed.
“We compromised,” said Bob Hill. “Menards now feels it’s being treated at least in-line with what the market is doing.”
To find out more, read the Winona Post’s article Menards, county settle tax suit.
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