Brown: Higher property taxes after Sandy unfair
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Some residents in communities significantly damaged by superstorm Sandy likely will get a surprise come September.
It will come in the form of higher property tax bills -- mostly for schools -- in the wake of neighbors getting lower assessments for damaged properties.
According to a Newsday story last week, hundreds of South Shore residents already are seeking lower assessments for damaged...