You do realize that the goal is to remain revenue neutral after the reevaluation. For every property that sees a reduction in taxes means another property will be paying more. So, yes some may see a reduction, but some may see an increase too. That's all before a possible increase across the board.
I don't follow real estate prices that closely, but it seems like the smaller homes declined the least percentage wise. Those are people who are most likely looking at an increase before any additional tax increases are even considered.
As far as funding goes, do a little research on how other ballparks are funded. There are other options other than just laying it on the taxpayers.
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