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Chesapeake’s Assessment Drops

Nearly $60 million in value taken off company’s holdings in Marshall County; Chevron bid denied

February 20, 2013

MOUNDSVILLE — The Marshall County Commission agreed Tuesday to lower property assessments for Chesapeake Energy holdings in the county by more than $55 million but rejected a similar request from......

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mikeyd

Feb-20-13 9:42 AM

so everybody else's property values should go down accordingly.see if this happens.some wells weren't safe to operate.

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daWraith

Feb-20-13 12:31 PM

Whom did Chesapeake BUY OFF$$?

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promo61

Feb-20-13 12:57 PM

You should have the ad valorem clause in your lease.

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LogHog

Feb-20-13 2:54 PM

Chesapeake's mismanaged things could lead to a bankruptcy...if so other company would pick up the pcs

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TheMouse

Feb-22-13 7:35 AM

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TheMouse

Feb-22-13 7:40 AM

A more accurate figure could be achieved by incorporating Chesapeake’s campaign and lobbyists' contributions directly as a percentage in the equation.

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