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Board of Assessors Agenda for October 21, 2020

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General Business

  • Minutes of September 30, 2020
  • Call the meeting to order by Gayle Willett, Director of Assessment
  • Report approval

          FY20 Total Personal Exemptions Reports

          4 FY20 Personal Property Uncollectable Tax Bill

          FY21 Assessors Warrant to Collector Real Estate Tax

          FY21 Assessors Warrant to Collector Personal Property Tax

          FY21 Assessors Warrant to Collector Sewer Lien Accounts

          FY21 Assessors Warrant to Collector Water Lien Accounts

          FY21 Assessors Warrant to Collector CPA Charge

          FY21 Statutory Exemption Repots Posted on the first half billing

          FY21  Residential Exemption Repots Posted on the first half billing

          Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Abatement Report for the month of July, August & September 2020

During its discussion and deliberation on General Business items, the Board of Assessors does not solicit public comment.

Executive Session

  • The Board of Assessors will meet in Executive Session pursuant to G.L. c.30, §21, Exemption 7 to comply with, or act under the authority, of G.L. c.59, §60, to review applications for Residential Exemptions and applications for Personal Exemptions; 
  • Litigation/ATB

        To discuss strategy with to respect to litigation at the Appellate Tax board concerning Comcast., as discussing this matter in an open session may have a detrimental effect on the litigating position of the Board of Assessors.


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