Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor Ken Joyner, left, is shown with two property assessment workers outside his office at Bob Walton Plaza on Stonewall Street on Friday. The workers are wearing assessor’s office shirts and hats that identify them to property owners.
Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor Ken Joyner, left, is shown with two property assessment workers outside his office at Bob Walton Plaza on Stonewall Street on Friday. The workers are wearing assessor’s office shirts and hats that identify them to property owners. Joe Marusak jmarusak@charlotteobserver.com
Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor Ken Joyner, left, is shown with two property assessment workers outside his office at Bob Walton Plaza on Stonewall Street on Friday. The workers are wearing assessor’s office shirts and hats that identify them to property owners. Joe Marusak jmarusak@charlotteobserver.com

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