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Reprinted from the Hollis Brookline Journal, May 3, 2002

HOLLIS--Homeowners can refuse to let representatives of Vision Appraisal Technologies into their homes, but if they do, they forfeit the right to appeal their new assessments, selectmen's Chairman Don Ryder said recently. The firm will begin sending inspectors house-to-house soon and will look at the inside and outside of homes.

"It is the homeowner's right to refuse entry to the assessor, but residents must understand that by refusing to let the assessors inside, they are also forfeiting their right to appeal the assessor's decision on what the home is worth," Ryder said.

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