Taxpayer, proceeding pro se, sought review of city board of review’s decision upholding the assessment of taxpayer’s real property.
The Circuit Court affirmed. Taxpayer appealed. The Court of Appeals affirmed. Taxpayer petitioned for certiorari review.
The Supreme Court held that the assessor, by valuing the property according to its highest and best use as a parking lot, properly considered the impairment of the property’s value due to contamination.