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Board of Assessors Public Meeting



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Board of Assessors Agenda for October 20, 2021

Location: Zoom Meeting

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General Business

  • Minutes of October 4th
  • Call the meeting to order by Gayle Willett, Director of Assessment
  • Reports

Motor vehicle Abatement for the month of September

FY22 Residential Exemption Reports in first half tax billing

FY22 Various Personal Exemption Reports in first half tax billing

ATB FY20 & FY21 Commercial Abatement Reports


Motor Vehicle Commitment 4


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 to comply with, or act under the authority, of G.L. c.59, §60, to review 8 applications for Residential Exemption & 10 Personal Exemption.






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