Jacobs to host tax grievance seminar for District 16

January 24, 2006

Nassau County Presiding Officer Judy Jacobs (Woodbury) has invited Chairman Harvey Levinson and the Nassau County Office of Assessment to conduct an informative workshop instructing homeowners how to challenge the assessed value of their property.  The meeting will explain the method used in assessing property, how to compute property taxes, the senior and exemption laws as well as the many other functions of the Assessment Department. Residents will be provided with assessment grievance application packets and assistance in filling them out. The deadline for filing a grievance is March 1, 2006.

“Although the Tax Assessment Department is a separate part of government, I have asked the Tax Assessment Department to bring their expertise to the people in the 16th district so that each and every homeowner may have the opportunity to save on their taxes,” said Jacobs.

For more information, please call Legislator Jacobs’ office at 516-571-6216.

Tax Grievance Presentation

Plainview Public Library
999 Old Country Road

January, 31, 2006

7 p.m. to 9 p.m.