Santa Fe County Valuation Protest Board Seeks Member

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June 14, 2017

Santa Fe County is seeking a board member to serve on the County Valuation Protest Board. The new board member must demonstrate experience in the field of property valuation.

The Valuation Protest Board consists of volunteers appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) to examine and rule on property tax valuation protests. It is comprised of two members and two alternates. One member and one alternate must demonstrate experience in the field of property valuation. Protest Board members are appointed for two year terms by the Santa Fe County Board of County Commissioners. Members shall not be employed by the State of New Mexico, a political subdivision, or a school district, shall not hold an elected public office and must be registered to vote in Santa Fe County.

Anyone interested in being appointed to the County Protest Valuation Board should submit a letter outlining their qualifications and a resume to:

Santa Fe County Manager’s Office

Attn: Lisa Katonak

P. O. Box 276

Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-0276

Phone: (505)995-2761

Email: [bot protected email address] 

Application deadline is Thursday, June 29, 2017.