‘Nay’ to assessment rate hike


The assessment rates should be lower for affordable homes, says Koris.

NEXT year’s assessment rate hike in Penang has received a thumbs down from the majority of ratepayers, especially those whose properties have seen an increase in value.

Vivien Tan Lee Ching, 52, who owns a property in Balik Pulau, said she received a notice of RM428.40 to be paid in 2020.

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