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San Diegans who dispute their property tax assessments have 11 days left to file an appeal, county officials announced Wednesday.

Appeals need to be received by the clerk of the Board of Supervisors before the close of business on Dec. 1, or postmarked that day before midnight.

Residents can appeal if they feel the value of their property, as determined by the county assessor, exceeds the market value.

Those filing an appeal need to include their parcel or tax bill number, property address and their opinion of the property’s market value on the application.

The application, information booklets, a step-by-step guide, a video explaining the assessment appeals process and other resources are available on the clerk of the Board of Supervisors’ website, at http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/sdc/cob.html.

Residents may also pick up applications and booklets in person and speak with staff at the clerk’s office in the County Administration Center at 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 402, San Diego. The office phone number is (619) 531- 5777.

—City News Service

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