Assessor reviewing land parcels

  • Tuesday, August 7, 2018 2:35pm
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The Island County Assessor’s office is reviewing parcels that lie between the Penn Cove area and Greenbank.

They will be visiting through March 2019.

Visits are required by state law. Appraisers are identifiable by their badge, the emblem on the county car or outerwear with the word “Assessor” visible on the jacket or vest.

The assessor’s office visits 9,000 parcels annually and but is unable to schedule specific times.

Anyone with questions or concerns may call 360-679-7303.

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