PIONEER VILLAGE - Cities throughout the county are facing a common problem - decreasing real estate values, especially when homestead exemptions are taken out for older residents.
In the city of Pioneer Village, the adjusted assessments on real estate dropped over $1.4 million for the current year.
Pioneer Village city officials opted to take the compensating rate on real property as a way to generate about the same revenue as a year ago.
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