The Board of Assessment Appeals meets tomorrow for a singular purpose, to hear from residents who believe their motor vehicles were incorrectly valued (and henced over-taxed) from the October 2011 Grand List.
As is stated on the agenda, the public is “warned” that those who believe they have been “aggrieved by the doings of the tax assessor” need to make their case at this public, open session. Aggrieved meaning the assessor wrongly valued a car or other motor vehicle.
If the board agrees, taxes would be accordingly reduced (or increased, I suppose.)
The meeting takes place Saturday, Sept. 8 at 9 a.m. in room 203 of Town Hall, 310 Norwich-New London Turnpike, in Uncasville.