Thursday, August 18, 2016


                                AITKIN VS BLANDIN PAPER

In a message dated 8/18/2016 1:34:33 P.M. Central Daylight Time, writes:
The notice of the electronic chargeback

Thank you,
Julie Hughes
Deputy Treasurer

Dear Official Payments Customer:

Thank you for selecting Official Payments Corporation for your electronic check payment of Real Estate Tax. Your payment of $35.00 was sent to Aitkin County on 08-18-2016. The confirmation number is 120883961.
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Thursday, August 18, 2016
12:09PM PT

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Payer Information
Name:Sharon Lea Anderson Wid
Street Address:42741-321pl
Aitkin, MN 56431
United States
Daytime Phone Number:(651) 776 - 5835
Parcel Number:080031008
Check Information
Account Type:Personal Checking Account
Routing Number:****00022
Account Number:*******18073
Payment Information
Payment Type:Real Estate Tax
Payment Amount:$35.00
Transaction Fee:$2.75
Total Payment:$37.75
Justia Opinion Summary
Blandin Paper Company (Blandin) owned 4,680 parcels of timberland located in Aitkin, Itasca, St. Louis, and Koochiching Counties (the Counties). Blandin challenged tax assessments of market value for the timberland properties. Before trial, the Counties filed a motion to exclude evidence Blandin offered regarding the unit-rule method for determining the market value of the property at issue. The tax court denied the motion, determining that the unit-rule method is admissible in