The village is going to try to get back about $183,000 in property tax it paid because of an administrative oversight — and could sue the county property appraiser in its quest.
“We are dealing with an error that was not solely caused by the village,” Wellington attorney Laurie Cohen said Thursday. “I think there is an avenue for arguing we are entitled to it.”
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