Board of Review – May 25, 2021
Village of Newburg, Wisconsin
Assessment, Open Book, and Board of Review Notice for the Year 2021
Open Book: April 19, 2021 from 2:00pm-4:00pm
Open Book will be via phone or email ONLY due to COVID-19 restrictions known at present. This meeting presents property owners an opportunity to discuss, ask questions, or otherwise object to their property assessment.
Board of Review: May 25, 2021 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
This will be an IN-PERSON meeting at Village Hall, 620 W Main St. Newburg, Wisconsin. This public meeting provides objectors an opportunity to object to their property assessment (with proper notice and other met requirements – speak with the assessor or clerk for more information), to present evidence and witnesses, and receive an informed decision from the Board of Review regarding the property assessment. The property owner must provide notice of intent to file an objection to the clerk at least 48 hours before the first scheduled BOR meeting.
Assessor: Eric Feavel, 262-253-1142, firstname.lastname@example.org
Municipal Clerk: Deanna Alexander (414) 939-9339, email@example.com
|1.||OPENING OF MEETING
The public has been notified of this meeting in accordance with section 19.83 and 19.84, Wis. Stats, in such form that apprised the general public and news media of subject matter that is intended for consideration and action.
President Dave DeLuka, Trustee Lynn Burkard, Trustee Bill Sackett, Trustee Sandy Stockhausen, Clerk Deanna Alexander. Trustee Brooke Stangel is an alternate member of the board.
|3.||APPOINTMENT OF COMMITTEE CHAIR AND VICE-CHAIR|
|4.||VERIFICATION OF MANDATORY TRAINING
Dave DeLuka and Deanna Alexander have met the training requirements needed to conduct the BOR meeting.
|5.||CORRECTION AND APPROVAL OF PAST MINUTES|
|5.A.||Meeting Minutes: May 26, 2020
– General Procedures.
– Video attendance at sworn testimony at BOR meetings are allowed under the condition that speakers show their government-issued photo ID as part of the video testimony and that requests to attend by video are submitted to the clerk at least 2 days in advance of the meeting. (Adopted at 2020-05-26)
-An attendee wishing to file an objection must provide the clerk 48-hours advance notice so that the assessor may pull records and discuss with the taxpayer before the meeting occurs. However, the assessor and an owner may jointly agree to waive the 48-hour time period before an objection hearing. (Adopted at 2020-05-26)
-Questions or concerns about the confidentiality of income and expense information shall be guided by Village of Newburg Ordinance 2017-06, specifically that the information is not subject to the right of inspection or copying other than for the assessor and others to discharge duties imposed by their office. (Adopted at 2017-06-20)
|7.||FILING AND SUMMARY OF THE ANNUAL ASSESSMENT REPORT BY THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE|
|8.||RECEIPT OF THE ASSESSMENT ROLL BY THE VILLAGE CLERK FROM THE ASSESSOR|
|9.||ASSESSOR’S DELIVERY OF THE ASSESSMENT ROLL TO THE VILLAGE CLERK AND REVIEW OF THE ASSESSMENT ROLL AND PERFORMANCE OF STATUTORY DUTIES|
|9.A.||Examine the roll, correct description or calculation errors, addition of omitted properties, and elimination of double-assessed properties.
|9.B.||Discussion and possible action: Certification of all corrections of error under state law. (Sec. 70.43, Wis. Stats.)
|9.C.||Discussion and possible action: Verification with Assessor that all Open Book changes are included in the Assessment Roll
|10.||CONSIDERATION OF WAIVERS
As of agenda publication, no waivers or other special requests were received by the clerk.
|10.A.||Waiver of the 48-hour notice of intent to file objection.
|10.B.||Waiver of the BOR hearing allowing property owners an appeal directly to circuit court.
|10.C.||Requests to testify by telephone or to submit sworn written statements, subpoena requests, and any other legally allowed BOR matters.
|11.||REVIEW NOTICES OF INTENT TO FILE OBJECTIONS
As of agenda publication, no notices of intent to file objections were received by the clerk.
|12.||OBJECTIONS / APPEALS ON ASSESSMENTS|
The meeting will not adjourn earlier than two hours after the meeting is called to order.