Audit brings rates pain

Trevor Collins at the dairy that was built on his Neerim Junction property 47 years ago but which Baw Baw Council has just been discovered rating purposes, a claim that has stunned and angered Mr Collins whose supplementary rate for this year has jumped more than 25 per cent.

Supplementary valuations of an apparent large number of predominantly rural properties in Baw Baw Shire, and issuing of higher supplementary rate notices for the year, have rocked some property owners. Usually supplementary valuations are undertaken between statutory biennial shire revaluations

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