Middlebury reappraisal nearly done; property values reset

MIDDLEBURY — Data collection is now complete for Middlebury’s new townwide reappraisal, with new property values to take effect for the 2019 grand list year (April 1, 2019, to March 31, 2020), according to an April 3 update issued by the town of Middlebury.
Preliminary values, prepared by New England Municipal Resource Center (NEMRC), will be given to Middlebury Assessor Alison Joseph by the end of this month. Once those values are reviewed by the assessor, the information will be ready for publication.
The town is targeting early June for the mailing of “official notice of change of appraisal” booklets to property owners.
Folks who want to contest their new property valuations can book a “pre-grievance” meeting, from June 18-21, to review their record and ask questions prior to entering the official grievance process. Those who want to go through that process must make appointments to meet with NEMRC staff between June 25-28.
Folks dissatisfied with the result of their grievance effort can take their case to the Middlebury Board of Civil Authority. The BCA will begin holding hearings in August and will continue to do so until all appeals are heard.
For more information, log on to townofmiddlebury.org.

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