County auditor begins process for 2019 countywide revaluation


Staff report



Photographers will be clearly identified in color-coded vests with “Union County Auditor” across the front and back. Photographs are being taken strictly for use by property appraisers for verifying basic exterior data in conjunction with the county’s 2019 revaluation.


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MARYSVILLE — During the next several months, Union County residents may notice individuals with cameras in their neighborhoods. The photographers are working for Union County Auditor Andrea Weaver, who is in the process of a state-mandated revaluation of all county property.

Residential and agricultural property owners with dwellings on their property will be receiving a letter in the mail prior to the arrival of a photography team. On the back of the letter is a request for information about the residence. Property owners should review the information for accuracy and mail it back to the Auditor’s office.

The photographers will be clearly identified in color-coded vests with “Union County Auditor” across the front and back. The photographers’ vehicles are clearly identified with a sign “County Appraiser.” The vehicles are registered with local and county law enforcement. The photographs being taken are strictly for use by property appraisers for verifying basic exterior data in conjunction with the county’s 2019 revaluation.

For questions or concerns, contact the Auditor’s office at 937-645-3003 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Photographers will be clearly identified in color-coded vests with “Union County Auditor” across the front and back. Photographs are being taken strictly for use by property appraisers for verifying basic exterior data in conjunction with the county’s 2019 revaluation.
http://plaincity-advocate.aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/31/2017/07/web1_UnionCountyappraiserpiccol.jpgPhotographers will be clearly identified in color-coded vests with “Union County Auditor” across the front and back. Photographs are being taken strictly for use by property appraisers for verifying basic exterior data in conjunction with the county’s 2019 revaluation. Contributed photo

Staff report