Walgreens contested the property tax bill on its Nicholasville Road property, which became a test case for the state. A Fayette circuit judge ruled that the methodology used to value the property was correct, and the Kentucky Court of Appeals and Supreme Court upheld that ruling.
Walgreens contested the property tax bill on its Nicholasville Road property, which became a test case for the state. A Fayette circuit judge ruled that the methodology used to value the property was correct, and the Kentucky Court of Appeals and Supreme Court upheld that ruling. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader file photo
Walgreens contested the property tax bill on its Nicholasville Road property, which became a test case for the state. A Fayette circuit judge ruled that the methodology used to value the property was correct, and the Kentucky Court of Appeals and Supreme Court upheld that ruling. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader file photo

Walgreens loses tax lawsuit that could have cost Kentucky schools millions

March 22, 2017 11:40 AM