Raytown superintendent Allan Markley is suing the Jackson County Board of Equalization over what he says is a systemic pattern of low commercial property assessments that is costing his school district millions of dollars.
Raytown superintendent Allan Markley is suing the Jackson County Board of Equalization over what he says is a systemic pattern of low commercial property assessments that is costing his school district millions of dollars. File photo The Kansas City Star
Raytown superintendent Allan Markley is suing the Jackson County Board of Equalization over what he says is a systemic pattern of low commercial property assessments that is costing his school district millions of dollars. File photo The Kansas City Star

Raytown schools are losing millions because properties are undervalued, superintendent says

March 01, 2016 02:31 PM