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Tax revaluation lights a fuse in island enclave

By Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / March 9, 2005

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EDGARTOWN -- Property values in this town of beachfront mansions and manicured summer escapes have been on a relentless ascent as they have been almost everywhere in New England. But here, where homeowners include the likes of Walter Cronkite and David Letterman, a recent revaluation that sent hundreds of assessments skyward has spurred what some declare a tax revolt. (Full article: 1122 words)

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