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Atlanta City Council members to host a seminar discussing the tax assessment appeal process

Sophie-Ann McCulloch
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ATLANTA, GA - The Atlanta City Council announced on their Facebook page that their members Natalyn Archibong and Michael Julian Bond are hosting a free seminar to discuss Fulton County's tax assessment property on Saturday, July 31.

The seminar will be located at The Village Theater, 349 Decatur Street SE. Participants can join directly in person at the venue, join virtually via zoom, or by phone. The event will begin at 10 a.m.

The Atlanta Legal Aid Society's attorneys will give support during the seminar and help homeowners in Fulton County through the whole appeal process. The council encourages property owners in Fulton county to file their 2021 appeals before August 5, if there are any complaints or if they feel the assessment is unfair.

According to the council's website, this seminar is intended to educate homeowners to a better understanding of their property tax statements, their right to appeal, and any available options before appealing assessments. If residents want to attend the seminar in person, the council limits the space for attendance to only 125 seats, to prevent crowding, and if residents want to attend virtually via zoom, registration is requested and required.

There will be a free parking lot for the attendees at The Village Theatre, and the venue is located only steps away from the King Memorial MARTA station at 377 Decatur St SE.

For more information and rules for registering for the seminar by phone, you can reach out via email at, or call at (678) 209-6847.

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