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Falling Building Values Spur Tax Appeals

J. Kieran Jennings was quoted in the December 14 digital issue of the Wall Street Journal's Property Report, Page B6, titled, "Falling Building Values Spur Tax Appeals." 

Mr. Jennings is a partner in the law firm Siegel Jennings Co., L.P.A, the Ohio, Illinois and Western Pennsylvania member of American Property Tax Counsel (APTC), the national affiliation of property tax attorneys. 

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