- Category: General Interest
- Published: Friday, July 18 2014 08:43
- Written by Kathy Olivarez
After protesting, Winter Texan Dale Miller was able to get the property appraisal on his mobile home at Paradise Park in McAllen nearly cut in half, but he fears other Winter Texans won’t be so lucky.
In order to protest appraisal values, property owners must show up for a hearing during the summer, during the off-season.
But in a recent meeting with the Hidalgo County Chief Appraiser Rolando Garza and the OWLS (Objective Watchers of the Legal System), Miller was told the county is following state law.