If you disagree with the 2003 appraisal on your house or property, this month is your only opportunity to protest.
You must file a written objection with the chancery clerk before 5:00 p.m. August 4. Board attorney Rick Barry said the supervisors will then set a hearing date.
"At that point, the board sits and listens to the objections. They hear evidence from the landowner. They hear evidence from the tax assessor's office and they make a decision," Barry said.
If you lose, you may appeal to circuit court.