Property assessment review panel seeks Port Alberni members

If you have an interest in property assessment, a provincial panel is looking for new members.

The provincial property assessment review panel is seeking members in the Port Alberni area.

People who sit on the review panel will learn more about property value, classification and exemptions and help make decisions about property assessment complaints and appeals.

Property assessment review panels investigate and deliver rulings on complaints regarding the assessed value, classification and exemptions assigned to properties by BC Assessment. Panel members serve on a part-time basis and must be available to attend hearings scheduled during the annual assessment review period from Feb. 1 to March 15.

Positions are paid and initial appointments are typically for a two-year period.

Training materials are provided upon appointment to the three-member panels.

To learn more about joining a property assessment review panel, visit www.cscd.gov.bc.ca/parp/index.htm, or call toll-free to 1-800-663-7867 (through Enquiry BC).

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