Assessment Roll

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Assessment Roll

A list of the assessed valuation of all properties in a given jurisdiction. Assessment rolls are usually maintained by a city or county for property tax purposes.
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"During my campaign, I promised to fix the broken and inherently unfair assessment system and restore accuracy to our assessment rolls," said County Executive Curran.
This includes minutes, by-laws, assessment rolls, election records, photographs, architectural and engineering drawings, maps and plans, correspondence, fire insurance plans, reports and publications, audiovisual materials, city directories, municipal manuals, and private records.
In the article, Maxcy presents himself as an advocate of early tax assessment technology--which, at that time, included field cards, assessment rolls, tax rolls, and lot ledgers, all prepared using electrical typing machinery.
The empirical evidence for this article comes in large part from the City of Toronto property tax assessment rolls from the years 1884, 1893, 1911, and 1920.
According to the fiscal year 2012 tentative assessment rolls, Manhattan office buildings are valued at 15.94% above their peak 2007 levels.
In fact, the evidence presented at trial established that the Rosados had given written notice of their new mailing address to both the tax collector and the clerk of the circuit court, but neither official updated the property appraiser's assessment rolls to show the new address.
MPAC administers a province-wide property assessment system for the Ontario government and provides the annual assessment rolls used by municipalities to calculate property and education taxes.
This microscopic study has depended a great deal on city directories, assessment rolls, naturalization records, wills, newspapers, church registers, and census records.
Compensating error is a classic problem with many assessment rolls; for instance, over-assessment on one end of the curve often compensates for the under-assessment on the other end, nevertheless causing the median ratio to remain deceptively conforming.
Using a systematic random sample drawn from the municipal property tax assessment rolls for the study area at six intervals from 1889 to 1929, along with narrative examples and illustrative analyses of growth and change in urban form, this paper examines three compelling aspects of this transformation.
The debt limit is based on a five-year running average of the city's market value based on the final assessment rolls. But unlike other villages and cities, New York City does not obtain all its money from property taxes, which comprises less than a quarter of its budget.
New insights into workers' struggles to meet the challenges posed by the technologies of mass production both in the workplace and in the family might be gained, particularly if these business records are used alongside other sources such as union records, trade journals, city directories, and municipal tax assessment rolls.
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