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Nevertheless, the city tax assessor claims to know what religion is and isn't, and he has no use for love and peace.
Scheid, who is president and regional tax assessor for RRG, said other companies are offering revaluation services to communities, but RRG is the only business in the state handling both revaluation and administrative functions, he said, maintaining a daily relationship with client communities.
Arnold's father and Heaton's brother are New Orleans property tax assessors.
The tax assessment scam has been uncovered last year when it became known that Albert Schussler, a tax consultant to some of the city's most affluent landlords and a former tax assessor, has been bribing former colleagues to reduce the taxes on his clients' buildings.
Local tax assessors are in a unique position to make an initial screening; that is, they are the professional group most capable of judging the importance of the factor of hazardous waste compared with the factors of taxes, community services, the business climate, and other characteristics that affect property values, transactions, and land uses.
Assessment Station lets tax assessors find information on properties, create thematic maps of parcel areas and do comparability searches through a simple point-and-click interface.
PTMS downloads existing data from any fixed asset or lease management system and produces property tax returns guaranteed acceptable to tax assessors throughout the United States.
The impact of the tax assessors corruption scheme with which he was charged cost the city an enormous revenue loss and will hurt the city for years to come.
Marshall & Swift, a worldwide provider of residential and commercial cost data and estimating software for real estate appraisers, tax assessors, contractors and lenders, announces that the SwiftEstimator(TM), an on-line suite of property estimating applications, now includes eSeg Estimator(TM), a component-based estimating tool.