Barrington revaluation underway, assessments on the way

Town's new tax assessor overseeing revaluation

Posted 1/22/21

Notices for the recent town-wide revaluation could be mailed to residents as soon as February.

Barrington’s new tax assessor, Ken Mallette, told members of the town council earlier this …

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Barrington revaluation underway, assessments on the way

Town's new tax assessor overseeing revaluation

Posted

Notices for the recent town-wide revaluation could be mailed to residents as soon as February.

Barrington’s new tax assessor, Ken Mallette, told members of the town council earlier this month that the revaluation was underway and that individual property assessment notifications were initially scheduled to be mailed out around March 10. He then said that it appeared the notices could be mailed out sooner rather than later.

Once residents receive their assessment notices, they will have two weeks to appeal their property values — the initial appeals will be handled by the contracted revaluation company, Northeast Revaluation.

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