As far back as 2011 the Fulton County Commission – representing Georgia’s most populous county— began allocating large sums of taxpayer money to fix the error-ridden tax assessor’s office. Five years later, and with appeals growing every year, the situation never really improved. Thus, the other day, Chief Appraiser David Fitzgibbon was unceremoniously fired after discovery of a computer program mistake which triggered a two-month delay in getting out property billings. 

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