This 20-acre lot on Leestown Road has a fair cash value of $2.59 million. The owner, Whitesburg Re-Development Co., has plans filed with the city to build a large retail complex on the site called Masterson Station Center. Under the farmland preservation tax break, the land is assessed at an agricultural value of just $8,300 and produced $84 in tax last year.
This 20-acre lot on Leestown Road has a fair cash value of $2.59 million. The owner, Whitesburg Re-Development Co., has plans filed with the city to build a large retail complex on the site called Masterson Station Center. Under the farmland preservation tax break, the land is assessed at an agricultural value of just $8,300 and produced $84 in tax last year. Faron Collins Herald-Leader
This 20-acre lot on Leestown Road has a fair cash value of $2.59 million. The owner, Whitesburg Re-Development Co., has plans filed with the city to build a large retail complex on the site called Masterson Station Center. Under the farmland preservation tax break, the land is assessed at an agricultural value of just $8,300 and produced $84 in tax last year. Faron Collins Herald-Leader

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