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County seeking applicants for Board of Equalization

By ThisIsReno

WASHOE COUNTY NEWS RELEASE

Washoe CountyWhat:    The Washoe County Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for the Washoe County Board of Equalization. Meetings are held during the months of January and February as necessary to oversee the processes used to ensure the equalization of property tax assessments presented to the Board.

The Board of Equalization may determine the valuation of any property assessed by the county assessor and may change and correct any valuation found to be incorrect.

Persons applying should be sufficiently experienced in business to bring knowledge and sound judgment to the deliberations of the board, and have the ability to read and analyze detailed financial statements. Individuals should also be familiar with the Truckee Meadows infrastructure such as. Compensation is $100 per day.

The deadline for applications is Friday, Jan. 4, at noon. Applications are available in the Washoe County Manager’s Office located at 1001 E. 9th St., #A201, or at http://www.washoecounty.us. Completed applications may be submitted online or sent to the Washoe County Manager`s Office, Box 11130, Reno, Nev., 89520 or faxed to (775) 328-2037. 

Who:     The BOE comprises five members appointed by the Washoe County Commission. Members are appointed to a four-year term and may serve two consecutive terms.

When:   BOE members meet beginning in January and must conclude business by the last day of February by statute. Board meetings can last eight t0 ten hours per day and can run approximately 20 full days during this time period. The Board of County Commissioners will make their appointments Jan. 8, but applications received after the deadline of Jan. 4 may be considered for alternate positions if they become available.

Where:  APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED ONLINE OR IN THE COUNTY MANAGER’S OFFICE BY 12 p.m. TUESDAY, JAN. 4. For more information, please contact Denise Clauss at [email protected] or at (775) 328-2000.

To find out more about this opportunity, please visit http://www.washoecounty.us/mgrsoff/boe.

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