Did state break rules Kewaunee plant assessment?

Green Bay Press Gazette: Al Kohnle, the property assessor in the tiny town of Carlton in Kewaunee County, admits he was "not qualified to do that big of a job." The job concerned the Kewaunee Power Station, a nuclear plant on Lake Michigan, just south of Green Bay. When the plant was operational, it paid a utility tax to the state, which then made payments to the county and town. When it closed last May, the town had to come up with an assessed value. So Kohnle tapped Gillott Appraisal Services of North Carolina. Based......

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