County commissioners voted on Tuesday on something that thousands of homeowners have been waiting for.
Eyewitness News has been covering this revaluation process for almost a year now. An audit found the county over-valued the prices of thousands of homes and charged families too much in taxes.
County commissioners want to pay that money back to those homeowners, but right now, state law doesn't allow them to do that.
Tuesday night's resolution asks state lawmakers to change that law to pay back over-charged homeowners, but commissioners are worried that could mean they'd have to send a bill to homeowners who were under-charged.
Over-taxed homeowners say they support this measure, but they want this fixed for good.
The one other hang-up here is how long this could take. A state lawmaker said any refunds could take two to three years.
Homeowners that spoke with Eyewitness News said that is not acceptable.