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Residents, council ‘outraged’ by Bristol revaluation

By   /  April 2, 2014  /  Government & Politics, News  /  No Comments

Bristol Town Council Chairwoman Mary Parella

After hearing that property values in Bristol have declined by 11 percent across the board, many property owners and Town Council members were taken by surprise when some homes jumped in value by 30 to 40 percent. “I’m not happy at all with the system,” said Frank Vieira, a resident of the Brookfield neighborhood where […]

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Bristol statistical revaluation to begin

By   /  February 27, 2013  /  News  /  No Comments

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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Bristol’s tax revaluation process to begin next week

By   /  January 16, 2013  /  News  /  1 Comment

The real estate appraisers are returning to Bristol, a ritual that occurs every three years in order to ensure that property values on record are in line with their actual worth. “We want to make sure the information in the previous assessment is correct,” said tax assessor, Evelyn Spagnolo. After going out to bid, the […]

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