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Bristol revals due in April; 3% total drop anticipated

Bristol revals due in April; 3% total drop anticipated

Even with some 2,000 homes in Bristol still considered to be “outliers,” meaning their newly assessed value is 15 percent higher or lower than its previous assessment, those involved with the revaluation process have a high level of confidence that the latest assessment is accurate. An ad hoc citizens revaluation committee is 95 percent confident

Bristol Town Council members Halsey Herreshoff, left, Edward Stuart, Nathan Calouro and Mary Parella voted last year to throw out a flawed property tax revaluation.

Bristol reval due this month; some big swings expected

The town and a private accounting firm are wrapping up their review of the Bristol property revaluation and preparing to send homeowners their new valuations later this month. While the review was prompted by wild swings in property values during the original revaluation last year — with some properties increasing or decreasing in value by

Letter: Residents can have say on revaluation process

Bristol is conducting a “statistical update” of assessment for properties. This will provide a fair distribution of obligations for supporting the town of Bristol through real estate taxation. Last year’s job was defective, so we now repeat the process to get it right. Toward this end, the Town Council, administrator, treasurer and tax assessor have

Bristol statistical revaluation to begin

As part of the 2013 statistical update revaluation, representatives from Clipboard will be visiting select homes and businesses in the town of Bristol. These representatives will carry an ID card signed by Bristol town officials and their vehicles are listed with the Bristol police department. They will be conducting both exterior and interior inspections of

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